Be Prepared To Face the Men,Police Commander challenges Armed Robbers
The Assin Fosu Divisional Police Commander DCOP Henry BM Bacho has said, the police is ever ready to protect lives and properties of people during this Christmas celebration . He said measures are far advance to bring an incident free Xmas. DCOP Bacho made this comments at Assin Praso after the Member of Parliament for Assin North Hon. Abena Durowaah Mensah together with the Assin North District Chief Executive Hon Charles Ohene Andoh donated four brand new Jencheng Motor Bikes to the Assin north Police Command to aid them in carrying out their duties without any obstacles.
According to him (commander), the police will intensify their patrols with the help of the motorbike to reduce crime rate in the district.He therefore threw a challenge to anyone planning evil in this Christmas to be fully prepared to face the police.
The Divisional Police Commander pleaded with the good people of Assin north to feed them with the necessary information to make their operations an easy one.He finally said, the main criminal activity in the district is cyber fraud and common assault.
Hon.Abena Durowaah Mensah.
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The Member of Parliament for Assin north Hon.Abena Durowaah Mensah said, crime rate in the district is very high and at the same time, the district is too big for only two cars to patrol to perfection and that gingered her to donate the motorbikes to the police in other to tighten security during this Yuletide.
According to her,the police can also monitor the works of the licensed small scale miners in the district after the ban was lifted by the president .
The police thanked the member of Parliament for her kindness and called on other philanthropist to also do the same.
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