KRIF Ghana Limited launches “Stay Safe” campaign
The Executive Chairman of KRIF Ghana Limited, Rev. Kennedy Okosun, has urged the public to adopt simple and hygienic methods of handling money as part of measures to help curb the spread of COVID-19.
According to him, it was inappropriate to count bulks of money with bare hands as that could increase the risk of contracting the virus found on surfaces including currency notes and coins.
He said the company, as part of its own internal measures, was therefore embarking on a ‘Stay Safe’ campaign to help individuals and corporate bodies procure quality money counting machines at affordable prices to facilitate their operations and limit exposure to infections.
Rev. Okosun said the campaign was to support other government efforts meant to curb the spread of the disease especially in Ghana, and across the world.
“We all have the responsibility to protect ourselves, and loved ones at home and at our offices in these trying times of a never seen coronavirus pandemic.
“To facilitate this campaign, KRIF Ghana Limited is offering the best quality, easy to use money counting machines at the lowest prices so that all and sundry will be able to process money using the machines in safety, without headaches and minimal risk,” he noted.
While urging the public to abide by safety protocols, Rev. Okosun further stressed the need to rely on “appropriate equipment and technology” for money handling purposes.
“Monies received or paid out must be processed without doubt. As the leading distributor of office stationary and equipment, we will do whatever it takes make our money counting machines affordable and accessible to everybody who must count their daily receipts in a safe and efficient way,” he added.
The Executive Chairman further hinted that existing KRIF Ghana customers would enjoy considerable discount for any money counting machine purchased during the ‘Stay Safe’ campaign period.
The money counting machines for the campaign, he explained, were from renowned manufactures such as Olympia of Germany and Magner of USA. They include Olympia NC-540, NC-450 and Magner 175 and 125, among others.
KRIF Ghana said the money counting machines which were also being offered on lease as well as on hire-purchase arrangements, were designed for counting and detecting Ghana Cedi and US dollars counterfeits and other currencies.
By Ernest Nutsugah