According Daniel Owiredu who happens to be the Municipal Chief Executive of Nkoranza South, the Police believe their personnel and their families are long distances from safety in Nkoranza. Thus, the Police personnel needs to be evacuated from the area for sometime to ensure their safety.
In a recent interview between the MCE with Media General, This is what happened;
“He currently admitted to us that, the Nkoranza police are not safe. According to some intelligence he has picked from the ground shows that when they are left working there, the unfortunate might happen.
The Municipal Chief Executive made this revelation after IGP’s delegation to Nkoranza. The delegation was led by Commissioner of Police (COP) Christian Tetteh Yohuno, who visited the area.
It is believed that, Police have been patrolling through the streets of Nkoranza and some other areas since morning, where some of these problems were emanating from. The place is relatively calm now as normal activities are ongoing.
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