The Ghana police service has released a statement thanking and applauding Ghanaians for cooperating with the measures put in place by the Police during the Emergency ECOWAS summit which was held in the country.
According to the police, the notice to the public to close down some major road networks in the country came in a short notice but the public complied with these measures in such a short notice.
However, the Police service also apologized in their open letter to the public on any undue inconveniences it cause or create as a result of the temporary closure of the roads.
In general they commend Ghanaians for always cooperating with them.
This comes after the Economic Community Of West Africa States organized an emergency summit in Ghana over a coup in Guinea. This calls for series of meetings in the country since Ghana's President is the current president for the ECOWAS.
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