In a brief remark, he said the police are our friends hence the need to do every thing possible to ensure their security and comfort. He again used the opportunity to thank the Dabuo family of Kpogla house for willingly releasing one acre plot of land for the construction of police accommodation and station at Babile.
The Municipal Chief Executive, Mr. Martin Bomba-ire also appealed to other families who have lands and can release to government for the development of Babile township and Lawra at large to do so.
DSP Abraham Marteyfio on receiving the Land documents thanked the MCE, the Chief and the family of Dabuo of Kpola house for the kind gesture and promised to safeguard the documents and the Land properly.
The Lawra District Police Command has been faced with Accommodation Challenges for over 3 Decades.
Per the Assistance, I believe the Accommodation will support in Reducing the burden on police when it comes to Renting and getting accommodation. Some Police Officers Spend not Less than Ghc1000 on Rent Annually in the Town.
It will also help draw more police Officers to the Municipality to equip town with the Required number of police officers to Operate, Per the UN report, 1 Police is to 500 Citizens and the Police citizen gap in Lawra has to be Bridged.
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