The management of crime Alert Security Network has appealed to its shareholders over the unfortunate circumstance of coronavirus pandemic which has temporarily changed the policy of dividends’ payment.
Crime Alert made its appeal in a release personally signed by the organisation’s Image Maker, Jumoke Akinwale
Akinwale disclosed that it was no doubt that coronavirus pestilence has responsible for change of organization’s policy on preconditions that guarantee the payment of dividends.
She added that the agreement made at initial stage was only premised on the fact that the shareholders would have their dividends obtained after thirty (30) working days of investment but it was regrettable that the pernicious disease of Covid-19 has temporarily changed the policy.
Akinwale stressed that the outbreak and continuous spread of coronavirus pestilence which continues to cripple businesses, administrative smoothness and orderliness of operation among others have compelled the organisation to temporarily change its policy to sixty(60) working days.
She said that the extension of policy to sixty (60) working days was to allow the shareholders having access to their dividends regardless of challenges and obstacles that are currently bedeviling the organisation.
Akinwale reiterated that the shareholders would be given their dividends after sixty (60) working days of investment, saying that Crime Alert Security Network would not refrain from fulfilling its promise.
The Image Maker enjoined those who are still interested in investing in the organization but are currently studying and monitoring the situation to jettison the erroneous thoughts, saying the organization remains a reputable and reliable one which cannot toy with anything to spoil the built name.
Akinwale enjoined its clients and shareholders to continue having trust and firm belief in Crime Alert Security Network.
She added that the organisation would never fraud nor dupe any of its shareholders because it values its prestige, integrity and built name in Nigeria, Africa and beyond.