KRIF Ghana Holds Workshop and Exhibition on Quality Products

Rev. Kennedy Okosun, Executive Chairman of KRIF Ghana, a marketing-oriented organization that deals in stationery, has condemned the practice of short changing customers with products which did not meet standards.


Rev. Okosun described the exportation of substandard goods as fraud and the importation of such goods with hard-earned foreign exchange as a drain on a country’s economy.


He, therefore, stressed the need for all products to carry certification marks as proof that products met the required standards.


Products, he said, should, however, not just carry certification marks for their sake, but that the certification marks should come from internationally-approved bodies.


The KRIF Ghana Executive Chairman was delivering an address to open a Workshop and Product Exhibition on European quality in Accra on Thursday.


The workshop, organized by KRIF Ghana, provided a platform for stakeholders and customers of the stationery industry to be abreast of new developments and innovations that provide value for money and offer excellent customer experience about quality products.


Participants at the workshop included representatives of the banking and hospitality industries while products on exhibition included Olympia money counting machines, fire-proof and burglar-proof safes, binding machines, cash registers, smoke detectors and alarm systems. 


Source: ISD (G.D. Zaney)