The Ghana COCOBOD remains one of Ghana’s most long lasting revenue producing firm or organization that has contributed enormously to the development of the country. The Ghana COCOBOD have become one of the most revenue producing companies and that is why the attention of the Ghana police service has been drawn to this particular place.
The Ghana police service are trying their best to cleanse the country of all illegalities. And that means this involves taking the bold decision to approach and confront all other various authorities that are in sectors of government which is capable of unseeing certain illegal activities.
IGP Dampare and his men stormed the Ghana COCOBOD to make a bold request to oversee the illegalities that are going on in some cocoa deals. The major problem that led to this confrontation and discussion is about the exploitation of cocoa farmers in the various cocoa planting or farming communities. These persons have become the victims of illegal cocoa purchases and exploitations.
This led the IGP and his men to put measures in place in order to ensure that these activities are brought to an end. Cocoa is very essential in our current economy and aside gold, cocoa has become one of our primary revenue generating channels. Ghana has always been in a competitive cocoa producing race with Ivory Coast and this puts Ghana in an advantageous position regarding the international demand and interest in the production of Cocoa from Ghana.
The exercise is referred to as the proactive prevention strategy by the Ghana police service. And this is purposely an initiative to help stop the ongoing fraudulent activities in the cocoa sales in the various communities since there is a current knowledge on what transpires in these places. Dampare and his men have been hailed for this incredible and thoughtful protocol to reduce this crime.
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