The National Secretary for Youth Affairs of the Ghana United Nations Association (GUNA), Comrade Samuel Bamidele Ojo, has commended the Ghana Government for equipping the Ghana Police Service with vehicles.
According to him, the 200 new fleet of Toyota saloon cars given to the Police administration is a strategic move aimed at repositioning the service to beef-up security in the country.
In a statement issued in Accra, Bamidele Ojo sees a commitment on the part of the Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo led government to strengthen the Police Service to ensure the safety and security of both Ghanaian and non Ghanaian residents in the country.
He was impressed with the government’s intentions, and concerns for the protection of people’s lives and properties.
The statement also urged the government to improve on the capacity building of the Police on investigative strategies and other areas that would make the personnel more sufisticated.
Bamidele Ojo appealed to Ghanaians and foreign nationals resident in Ghana to support the police to curb crime in the country and to help maintain peace for a better Co-existence.
He pointed outed that “when the citizenry and the Police work together, we can be assured of our safety and security, and channel our energies into building a progressive and prosperous country”.
The National Secretary for Youth Affairs of GUNA Comrade Samuel Bamidele Ojo has charged the Ghana Police Service to maintain the 200 new fleet of toyota saloon cars the government gave them so they could last longer.
Source: Elikplim K. Awuyeh