How Police in Ghana captured an Aggregate of 202 Individuals
By Derrick2002 | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 17 views
Police for Ghana capture an aggregate of 202 individuals who neglect to wear nose veils in opposition to order by Prez Akufo-Addo to residents in de battle against Coronavirus.
De Accra Provincial Police Order mount unique activity for town during which dem capture 97 individuals, while de Police for Modern City, Tema likewise get approximately 105 individuals who no wear dema nose covers openly.
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DSP Afia Tenge, Accra Territorial Police Expert talk say, "De Provincial Police Order go on exceptional activity dis morning wey we capture 97 individuals who no dey wear dema face covers."
"We capture dem around places like Tudu, railroads, CMB sanctum Farisco regions."
Ghana Police say dem acknowledge say individuals get de facemask a few however dem no dey wear am.
Police Authorities for Ghana say dem go cross examine and screen de suspects after which dem go make a further move on dem for mocking de Coronavirus conventions.
President Akufo-Addo, in en 22nd location to Ghanaians on Coronavirus request Investigator General of Police, James Oppong-Boanuh say dem for guarantee de exacting implementation of de compulsory wearing of nose veils.
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