In a noteworthy event today, Kansai Plascon fulfilled its promise to the Kampala Central Police Station with a substantial donation of paint valued at 25 million Ugandan Shillings. The handover ceremony took place at the heart of Kampala’s law enforcement, where Kansai Plascon officials joined police department representatives to celebrate this remarkable act of corporate responsibility. The Kampala Central Police Station (CPS) welcomed the Kansai Plascon team, with ASP Arinaitwe Godwin of the Kampala Metropolitan Police extending a warm reception.
The event exuded gratitude and respect for the dedicated men and women who tirelessly uphold community safety and security. As a vital law enforcement hub in Kampala, the Central Police Station received this heartfelt gesture from Kansai Plascon in tandem with their “Paint & Win” promotional campaign.
Mr. Santosh Gumte, the Managing Director of Kansai Plascon Uganda, personally delivered the paint to the Kampala Central Police Station, expressing the company’s steadfast commitment to supporting local institutions and communities. He stated, “Today’s paint handover symbolizes our appreciation for the devoted service of the police officers stationed at the Central Police Station. It plays a crucial role in maintaining order and safeguarding the interests of Kampala’s residents. Providing a clean, conducive, and fresh working environment for the diligent officers stationed here is essential, and we are honored to contribute to that.”
Kansai Plascon has a longstanding history of supporting local institutions, previously providing paint to police stations like Jinja Road Police Station, Mbale Central Police Station, Bushenyi, and Wandegeya. Today’s event adds another chapter to this ongoing commitment, highlighting the importance of creating environments that inspire law enforcement officers and assure the public of their safety.
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CP. Nkore Paul, the Kampala Metropolitan Police Deputy Commander, expressed his gratitude, saying, “The generosity of Kansai Plascon is greatly appreciated by the Kampala Metropolitan Police. This act of goodwill not only enhances the working conditions of our officers but also sends a clear message to the public that we are valued and supported in our mission to maintain safety and security.”
The presence of other distinguished police officers, including SP Opus Justin, SP Namusoke Olivia, and ASP Matovu, the in-charge of CPS, underscored the significance of this event. This collective effort signified unity in the pursuit of safer and more welcoming environments.
The event served as a clear demonstration of Kansai Plascon’s ongoing commitment to corporate social responsibility and its dedication to supporting local communities. As the “Paint & Win” campaign continues over the next ten weeks, the company reaffirms its role as a responsible corporate entity, working collaboratively with local institutions to foster a safer and more vibrant community.
Kansai Plascon remains dedicated to its mission to make the world more colorful and vibrant, not only through its products but also through its active support of the communities it serves.