The founder and the CEO of Youth Network for Peace-Ghana is appealing the general public, stakeholders and most especially NGOs to help the security services in the country, primarily, the Ghana Police Service with equipment.
*He said, the peace and security of the country is a shared responsibility and not for the cops alone.*
The killing of security service personnel in recent times is becoming rampant and appalling, and economically it would discourage investor confidence in the country.
Speaking to the media, M. B Ofori bemoaned on how the lack of logistics and other accoutrement is affecting the police in their line of action.
He further acknowledged that the public sometimes wrongly accuse the police instead of seeking detail information about how they operate.
Although, Youth Network for Peace-Ghana, was able to equipped the service with some equipments last year, *the network is still lobbying with international organizations to come in and help support the service with some strategic equipment to aid the police in the discharge of their duties.* We have one Ghana, and we must all come together to ensure there is utmost peace and security in the country. It is the hope of the network to see Ghana maintain it’s peaceful accolade on the continent.
He on behalf of Youth Network for Peace-Ghana, congratulatethe new police recruits who passed out last Friday, and urged them to discharge their duties assiduously.
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Youth Network for Peace-Ghana CEO (M.B Ofori)
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