‘Don’t use fingers to Count Money’ campaign launched


KRIF Ghana Limited, a household brand in superior quality European stationary and accessories, is embarking on a ‘Stay Safe Campaign’ to support all efforts to help curb the spread of novel coronavirus in the country and subsequently the ECOWAS sub-region.

The campaign, dubbed ‘Stay Safe-Don’t Use Your Fingers to Count Money’, is aimed at encouraging the general public to avoid counting money with bare hands by adopting simple but effective hygienic standards for self-protection.

To facilitate this campaign, KRIF Ghana is offering the best quality, easy to use money counting machines at the lowest prices so that all and sundry will be able to process money using the machines in safety, no headaches and minimal risks.

According to the Executive Chairman-KRIF Ghana Limited, Rev. Kennedy Okosun, the initiative is to augment efforts government and individuals are putting in to fight COVID-19 for the safety of everyone.

“Monies received or paid out must be processed without doubt, but must be done with the appropriate equipment for utmost care to avoid contracting contagions or spreading them due to lack of technology to reduce risk to the barest minimum. We all have the responsibility to protect ourselves and loved ones, as well as all others around us both at home and the office in this trying time of a never-seen pandemic of coronavirus.

“We have the health of Ghanaians at heart, as always. KRIF Ghana Limited, by duty, will do whatever it takes to bring our money counting machines down to the reach of all who require to count their daily receipts in a safe and efficient way, thus making them accessible and affordable to all,” he said.

He further advised the public to stay safe by adhering to the safety measures put in place by the Ghana Health Service and WHO to reduce spread of the pandemic COVID-19.

The money counting machines in the campaign are from the world’s renowned brand manufacturers such as 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.

These, according to Rev. Okuson, are time-tested machines designed specifically for counting and detecting counterfeits of the Ghana cedi, US dollar and other currencies.

To further support the Stay Safe Campaign, KRIF Ghana is offering these money counting machines on lease where necessary, ‘buy now pay later’ basis, as well as on hire-purchase arrangements.

“Existing KRIF customers enjoy massive discounts for any Money Counting Machines purchased during the Stay Safe Campaign,” Rev. Okosun.

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