Police get $1M donation for Albouystown project

Dean Hassan and investors of Tesouro Resourses yesterday donated $1million to the Guyana Police Force for the Impact Albouys-town Project that was launched last Friday.

A police press release said that in making the presentation, which was done in the presence of senior officers of the force’s management team at the Com-missioner’s Conference Room, Hassan said that the company is pleased to be of support to the police in the initiative and similar projects.

Dean Hassan (third from right) presenting the cheque to the acting Commissioner while other company investors look on. The child is the son of one of the investors. (Police photo)
Dean Hassan (third from right) presenting the cheque to the acting Commissioner while other company investors look on. The child is the son of one of the investors. (Police photo)

Acting Commissioner Seelall Persaud expressed appreciation for the gesture, on behalf of the Guyana Police Force and the community leaders of Albouystown. He noted that it was encouraging to see such an early response of support from the corporate community which augurs well for the implementation of the project.

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