Svani Group Limited has donated an ambulance to the Judicial Service towards supporting the service’s emergency health care delivery.
The fully equipped ambulance is expected to augment the operations of the Judicial Service’s health unit.
According to the company, the donation was in recognition of the contribution of the Judicial Service in the development of the country.
The donation, which was also to demonstrate the company’s commitment to its social investment, was part of activities marking the Svani Group’s silver jubilee anniversary celebration.
Presenting the ambulance in Accra on Monday, Mr. Simran Oberoi, General Manager of Svani Group, a leading automobile and logistics services firm, said the Judicial Service was chosen as one of the beneficiaries of the company’s jubilee support programme, due to the critical role the service continues to play in the progress of the country.
In that regard, he believed the support would help to effectively address the emergency health needs of the staff and members of the public who visit the courts in Accra.
He gave assurance of more assistance from the company, and hoped that the maximum benefits would be derived from the donation.
Justice Alex Poku-Acheampong, the Judicial Secretary, receiving the ambulance, thanked the company for the support, which he described as a timely intervention.
He explained that it was timely because the service was establishing a clinic in the new High Court Complex for which the ambulance would be of immense help in the operations of the clinic.
He, therefore, gave the assurance that the facility would be properly maintained and utilised for its purpose.
By Edmund Mingle