Government has promised to sponsor the two-year-old daughter of the officer of the Ghana National Fire Service who died after rescuing two others.

Deputy Minister for the Interior and MP for Gomoa Central, Naana Eyiah, announced at the one-week funeral ceremony of ASO Joseph Baidoo at Agona Swedru in the Central Region.

She said that “upon discussions with the GNFS, government has decided to sponsor the education of the child of the late ASO to University level”.

ASO Joseph Baidoo was also promoted posthumously to Assistant Division Officer Grade two (ADOII).

Speaking Joynews, Director for Welfare of the Ghana National Fire Service, DCFO Mawusi Sarpong advised personnel of the service not to be demoralized by the incident but continue to give off their best by saving lives and property.

Present at the ceremony were the Deputy Interior Minister, MCE for Agona West, Director of Welfare of the Ghana National Fire Service, DCFO Mawusi Sarpong, Representative of Fire Service Council ACFO1 Mark  Brako Appiah and the Central Regional Commander of the Ghana National Fire Service, ACFO1 John  Amarlai Amartey.

Fire Service posthumously promotes officer who died after rescuing two others, promises scholarship for daughter to university level

Government has promised to sponsor the two-year-old daughter of the officer of the Ghana National Fire Service who died after rescuing two others.

Deputy Minister for the Interior and MP for Gomoa Central, Naana Eyiah, announced at the one-week funeral ceremony of ASO Joseph Baidoo at Agona Swedru in the Central Region.

She said that “upon discussions with the GNFS, government has decided to sponsor the education of the child of the late ASO to University level”.

ASO Joseph Baidoo was also promoted posthumously to Assistant Division Officer Grade two (ADOII).

Speaking Joynews, Director for Welfare of the Ghana National Fire Service, DCFO Mawusi Sarpong advised personnel of the service not to be demoralized by the incident but continue to give off their best by saving lives and property.

Present at the ceremony were the Deputy Interior Minister, MCE for Agona West, Director of Welfare of the Ghana National Fire Service, DCFO Mawusi Sarpong,  Representative of Fire Service Council ACFO1 Mark  Brako Appiah and the Central Regional Commander of the Ghana National Fire Service, ACFO1 John  Amarlai Amartey.

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