20 February 2013

Ghana: Minor Fire Guts Part of Rlg Head Office

Minor fire yesterday gutted part of Ghana's leading ICT and Electronics Company, Rlg Communications Limited head office opposite the Christian Council building at Osu, in Accra.

According to a press release issued and signed by the Group Head, Legal and Corporate Affairs at Rlg, Mr. Prosper Harrison Addo, the fire started at about 5am in the early hours of Tuesday, in one of the company's rooms.

But in a swift intervention, courtesy the Rlg Fire Response Procedures, personnel of the Ghana National Fire Service was called in to bring the inferno under control.

The management of Rlg Communications Limited, therefore, assured the general public, especially its cherished customers and clients that the fire incident was minor and did not affect any life or property, the press release stated.

It further assured its customers and the general public that the Rlg Osu office is therefore fully opened for business.

Rlg, which recently launched 'Uhuru', a laptop and a tablet device used the opportunity to express its gratitude to the Ghana National Fire Service and the Ghana Police Service for their prompt response which ensured that the fire was confined in a single room and put out.

The press release was quick to assure: "The Company will continue to work with the Ghana National Fire Service as we have also always done to ensure that the company's safety procedures are followed to protect life and property.

"The company awaits the Fire Report from the Fire Service to know the cause of the fire".

The Company is also grateful to the general public for their concerns and unflinching support not only at this time but over the years which has made Rlg Communications Limited, the 2nd Company on the Ghana Club 100 Rankings (GC100).

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