In order to aid traffic management and avoid congestions in River State, Dufil Prima Foods Plc, makers ofÂ Â 1ndomie instant noodles in Nigeria, has donated 300 traffic booths to the Rivers State Police Command.
The booths which were handed over to the state police command on Wednesday, April 21, 2010 at the State Police Headquarters in Port Harcourt was received by the Deputy Commissioner of Police, DCP Fabian Ojiri on behalf of the Commissioner of Police, CP Suleiman Abba.|
Speaking during the handover ceremony, DCP Fabian Ojiri expressed his appreciation and stated that the booths no doubt will aid and boost the efforts ofÂ the state police traffic unit to effectively control traffic in the state, a situation which is becoming unbearable for motorists and commuters.
He commended the management ofÂ Dufil Prima Foods Plc and stressed that the company has kept up with its commitment to the development ofÂ the society. He recounted that the company has encountered several onslaughts aimed at tarnishing its good reputation but has survived them all owing to its corporate responsiveness and sensitivity to the society which has in-turn generated goodwill from its consumers and society at large.
â€œYour gesture is highly commendable. Indomie has been keeping up with its commitment to corporate social responsibility and that has helped you to survive the blackmails you have encountered and remained in business and even with all that you have continued to give and give back to the society.â€
â€œMay I use this opportunity to call on other members of organized private sector to emulate Indomie because the government cannot do work alone. To assist the Nigeria Police is not a childâ€™s play. What Indomie has done is a demonstration that it is mindful of the Police Force and recognizes the challenges facing the force to maintain law and order and has gone