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Melcom Group of Companies has rewarded Police Woman Constable Christiana Sarfowaa of the Regional Counter Terrorism Unit ( CTU) Accra, for her nomination as the ‘City Police’ of the third edition of the Police Diary.

The ‘City Police’ is a Column in the Police Diary series, dedicated to hardworking personnel, whose services to duty is undoubtedly outstanding.

In a citation read in honour of the nominee, Constable Sarfowaa was described as a dedicated officer who worked in a male-dominated field, Counter Terrorism Unit (CTU) with passion and diligence. She performs high-risk security duties such as protection of high-profile personalities and foreign dignitaries, state and counter-insurgency operations.

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Presenting the award to the recipient, the Director of Communication for Melcom Group, Mr. Godwin Avenorgbor, commended Constable Sarfowaa for exemplifying herself amongst her male counterparts and said, prioritizing police welfare in the corporate social space of Melcom Care Foundation, was dear to him, as the gesture continues to encourage the rank and file to discharge their duties remarkably.

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The Regional Operations Commander, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), Mr. Kwesi Ofori, who graced the occasion, and under whom Constable Sarfowaa works, congratulated her and challenged her to strive for unexplored opportunities offered by the service and internationally, for diligent policewomen, in her endeavors.

The head of Public Affairs Unit, DSP/Mrs. Effia Tenge, who initiated the project, expressed deep appreciation to the Melcom Group, for partnering the ‘officer recognition concept.’ “As leaders we don’t need much to motivate team players who drive creditable changes; sometimes, just a pat on the shoulder, and words like ‘well done’ can stimulate high energies for excellence,” She acknowledged.

The awardee was given a shopping voucher that would enable her shop from any Melcom outlet all over the country.

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