IGP Engages With Stakeholders

The IGP poses with his hosts at the end of the programme.

The Police and other stakeholders in law and order in the Ketu South District have resolved to co-operate to look for the Denu jail breakers, and also collaborate in the area of maintenance of law and order in Aflao and its environs.

This happened when the Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Mohammed Ahmed Alhassan, paid a working visit to Denu and Aflao in the wake of the unfortunate incident that occurred on the dawn of Friday, March 13, 2015, to learn at first-hand what happened, and also urge the personnel on operation in the Ketu South Municipality to work hard to bring the culprits to book, saying, ‘You are here for a specific purpose, and you must spare no effort to achieve it.’

Mr Ahmed Alhassan implored the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE), Pascal Lamptey, to continue to support the police to maintain a serene and peaceful atmosphere in the community.

The IGP also called on the people in the community to rally behind the police to solve this puzzle, adding that it is only when inhabitants partner the police that they could re-arrest the criminals.

He also called on the paramount chief of the Aflao Traditional Area, Togbui Amenya Fiti V, and his elders, where he expressed the gratitude of the police administration to the chief, for his instrumentality in solving some of the problems in the area, and also asked him to continue to assist the police.

On his part, the Togbui Amenya Fiti assured the IGP that the escapees would be duly arrested before long, while pledging his continuous support for the police in the area of provision of logistics and infrastructure.

Mr Lamptey and the CEPS Commissioner also enumerated some of the challenges facing the municipality, and pledged to work with the police to maintain peace in the area.

Mohammed Ahmed Alhassan pose for a picture with his hosts at the end of the programme


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