The Inspector General of Police (IGP) Mr. James Oppong-Boanuh joined the chiefs in his hometown at Asikasu No. 1 on Friday, 19th March, 2021 to cut sod for the construction of a Police Station.
This was revealed in a post monitored on the official Facebook wall page of the Ghana Police Service on Monday, 22nd March, 2021. The post revealed that the facility whose sod-cutting was done in his hometown, Asikasu No.1 in the Bono region is financed by the community with technical support from the Police Administration.
The statement further revealed that the IGP used his keynote address to urge the members of the community to develop the habit of reporting wrongdoers to the police for the necessary actions to be taken. "He praised the community for affirming collective commitment to support the Police to consolidate peace and security in country. "Your outstanding gesture reinforces your demonstrated and long-standing desire for peace and security in the Dormaa traditional area and the entire nation", part of the post read.
The post also revealed that The IGP used the opportunity to commend the Nana Ampabeng Kyeremeh, Chief of Asikasu No.1; Odeneho Akosua Fima Dwabeng II, Dormaa Hemaa; Hon. Drissa Quattara, Municipal Chief Executive and Chairman for the occasion; Mr Oppong Yeboah of the National Health Insurance Office at Dormaa: the Clergy and community members present for ensuring that the community gets a Police Station. their people and other stakeholders for working to ensure that the Town gets a Police Station.
"The IGP was accompanied by COP Mr. Samuel Money, Director-General/Technical; COP Mr. Owusu Boateng, Bono Police Regional Commander; ACP Mr. Owusu Ansah, Chief Staff Officer and other Officers from the region", the post concluded.
Below are some beautiful photos from the sod-cutting ceremony.
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