Police assures of security during NPP Primaries

Ahead of the New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) presidential primaries, the Ghana Police Service has beefed up security measures to ensure peace before, during, and after the elections.

In a release signed by the Police Director of Public Affairs, ASP Grace Ansah-Akrofi, the service said enough police officers have been deployed in all parts of the country to maintain electoral law and order.

“Adequate Police personnel have been deployed throughout the country to provide security for the elections,” the November 3 release read.

Portions of the release added that police officers stationed at polling centers will be provided with body cameras to ensure that all events and happenings are captured on tape.

The statement added that a series of security meetings have already been held with the Electoral Commission, the NPP Presidential Election Committee, and representatives of the Flagbearer hopefuls.

With all the above measures, the service has guaranteed peace, security, law, and order during the election.

Earlier on this day, the Secretary to the Party’s Presidential Elections Committee, William Yamoah has assured delegates that the party has put in place adequate measures to ensure utmost peace and security during the elections.

Speaking on the Midday News on Joy FM on Friday, he said “We have arrangements with the Ghana Police Service. They have come up with their operational plan and strategy so we are confident that in terms of security arrangement, we are on top because we are using only Ghana Police Service.”

Source: Connielove Mawutornyo Dzodzegbe 

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