Security is a vital role for governing a country. One of the crucial function of government is to protect the citizens in the state. A state in which there is breakdown of security, citizens live in fear and find it difficult going about their daily activities. That is the reason why the current government is resourcing the security to protect its citizens within and outside the world.
Government through parliament, has approved US$86 million for the purchase of Armoured Cars for the Armed forces. All these logistics are provided to ensure that the borders of the country is protected.
The government has also increased peacekeeping allowances for the Army from $35 and $13 million has been released to clear all peacekeeping arrears owed them previously.
The government has also released, 800 million to the police service. 570 vehicle's have been delivered by government to the Ghana police service. Three helicopters have been secured for the service and hangars constructed at the National Police Training School.
The government of the day led by Nana Akuffo Addo has also provided CCTV Camera's to our security men across every intersection of the country.
These are some of the protective measures put in place by the President to ensure security of Ghanaians.
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