Mr. Ambrose Dery, Minister for the Interior this afternoon Commissioned the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) Clinic.
The Clinic which is located on the Ghana Immigration Service head office’s premises will serve GIS personnel for free with the hope of offering same to their relations in the near future.
It will also render services to retired Immigration Officers.
The Commissioning was tired in with the 2017 Thanksgiving Service of the GIS held in Accra on Friday March 23, 2018.
Addressing the personnel, Mr. Dery reiterated government’s commitment to revamping and reequipping the Ghana Immigration Service especially the Border Patrol Unit to strengthen their capabilities and capacity to effectively patrol and maintain security at the frontiers of the country and also to combat transnational organised crimes.
He cited the presentation of the first batch of 10 Toyota Hilux Pick-up vehicles, 20 all tertian vehicles and 25 motorbikes as a confirmation of this commitment and entreated the commanders who will be receiving the vehicles to ensure that they are properly maintained and used for the intended purposes.
He commended the Service for the successes in spite of the logistical constraints.
He also lauded the services for the creation of new units such as International Relations. Unit, Events and Protocol as well as Religious Affair.