Ghana Police service in a recent statement had commended the youths in Yama community for doing the unthinkable. The issue of armed robbery is becoming too much in the country and the Ghana police service are doing all they can to curb the increase. Well, it's not just the job of the police to do that, we all as citizens have collective roles to play in ensuring that peace and tranquility is restored in our communities. The Youths in Yama, Walewale District of the North East region community had this in mind when they stood up against some suspected armed robbers which caused them to run away, leaving behind their unregistered motorbike and a locally manufactured single barrel gun.
According to the police, the youths took the items that were found to the Chief's Palace, that was where a report was made to the Police.
The act that was displayed by the youth is courageous and public-spirited and it is highly commendable and worth emulating. But we must be careful ourselves, always report any suspected movement or activities of armed robbery to the nearest police station. Let's all work together to keep Ghana safe.
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