http://archsimply.pl/?v=viagra-subscribe viagra subscribe Four out of the six boats being operated by the Marine Police Unit of the Ghana Police Service have been grounded due to lack of maintenance, barely nine months after the creation of the unit.
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The Fisheries Commission confirmed that the Marine Police Unit was established as part of a fisheries law enforcement task force and that huge amounts of money had been allocated to the unit to support its operations.
However, the commission was surprised that the operations had been grounded due to lack of maintenance and urged the police to act quickly.
At the Marine School
When the Daily Graphic visited the Marine School at Aiyinase in the Ellembelle District, some of the police officers who pleaded anonymity said they were actually idling.
“We wake up in the morning and there is nothing for us to do; all we do is sit and go round the town and come back because our boats are not working,” they said.
Commissioner in charge
Speaking to the Daily Graphic, the officer in charge of the Marine Police, Commissioner of Police Mr David Asante Appeatu, said it was not acceptable for the policemen attached to the Marine Unit to be deployed for bank guard and other duties.
He said an agreement would soon be reached with the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority to carry out maintenance services on the boats.
Asked why those who were trained to carry out maintenance on the boatS would not be allowed to do so, he said the operators were not trained to carry out such maintenance.