Residents lives in fear as their roads are littered with armed robbers
By GH_JOURNAL | self meida writer
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Residents of Doggoh in the Kunzokala Electoral Area of the Jirapa Municipality have expressed concerns over poor security situation as they said their roads are littered with robbers.
A resident of the community, Francis Bowuoh, who disclosed this in an interview, said there are rampant armed robbery attacks in the area which has posed a serious challenge to their lives.
He noted that the armed robbers escape through the Doggoh community after their robbery expedition.
Mr Borwuoh added that the situation is adversely impacting on their livelihood.
He is therefore calling on the Ghana Police Service and the Jirapa Municipal Assembly to come to their aid.
Another resident of the community, Maaledari Francis, noted that there are no security personnel in the area, which has led to the robbery and attacks of some traders and road users.
It could be recalled the Inspector General of Police James Oppong Boanuh said the Ghana Police Service is well equipped to tackle crime in the Upper West Region during his one day working visit to the region in November last year.
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