In the light of the novel Coronavirus pandemic, KRIF Ghana Limited is embarking on a campaign to help curb the spread of the disease in Ghana as well as the ECOWAS sub-region.
The campaign, dubbed: “Stay Safe Campaign – Don’t Use Your Fingers to Count Money” is to encourage the public to avoid counting money with their bare hands by adopting simple, but effective hygienic standards aimed at protecting themselves from contracting the virus.
To facilitate this campaign, KRIF Ghana Limited is offering what it calls “the best quality, easy to use” Money Counting Machines at “the lowest prices” to enable people to process money using the machines at all times.
The Executive Chairman of KRIF Ghana, Rev. Kennedy Okosun, noted that the aim of the campaign is to augment the efforts by government and individuals are putting in to help fight covid-19.
“Monies received or paid out must be processed without doubt. But with the appropriate equipment for utmost care to avoid contacting contagions or spreading it due to lack of technology to reduce the risk to barest minimum”.
To support the Stay Safe Campaign, KRIF Ghana Ltd. is offering its money counting machines on lease where necessary, “Buy now pay later” basis as well as on Hire-Purchase arrangements”, Rev. Okosun said.
He added that it was imperative for the public to stay safe by adhering to the safety and preventive protocols recommended the Ghana Health Service and World Health Organisation to reduce the spread of the pandemic
The money counting machines on this campaign are from brand manufactures such Olympia of Germany and Magner of USA. They include; Olympia NC-540, Olympia NC-450 and Olympia NC-620, Magner 175 and Magner 125, Magner 152, and Magner 175v which are designed specifically for counting and detecting counterfeit of the Ghana cedi, US dollars and other currencies.