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Election 2020: Police Confirms 5 Deaths In 3 Regions

The Ghana police has affirmed the demise of 5 regular citizens the country over between December 7, 2020, and December 9, 2020.  The five passings were recorded in the Odododiodio in the Greater Region, Techiman South Constituency in the Bono East Region, and Savelugu Constituency in the Northern Region.  The Joint Operation focal point of the National Election Security Taskforce (NESTF) recorded an all out number of 61 appointive and post-constituent cross country of which 21 are genuine instances of discretionary

  1 year ago ago
Election 2020: Police Confirms 5 Deaths In 3 Regions

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The Constitution Has Provided Procedures To Address Electoral Hampas.

The President of the Greater Accra Regional House Of Chiefs has also added his voice to condemned the act of election related violence going on in different parts of the country. In his statement Nii Okwei Kinka Dawuona VI ,the Paramount Chief of the Osu Traditional area urged all Ghanaians to be circumspect in their utterances and remember that we are living in a country that is grounded in a constitutional democracy and governed by the law . He maintained that all disagreements with regards to any aspect

  1 year ago ago
The Constitution Has Provided Procedures To Address Electoral Hampas.

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Erect Monument For Victims Of December 7 Violence – Government Urged

Security examiner Dr Ishmael Norman has counseled government to consider raising landmarks for the people who lost their lives during and after last Monday's races.  The Ghana Police Service on Wednesday, December 9 said there were formally an aggregate of 61 appointive and post-discretionary episodes recorded cross country during and after the races.  21 of the episodes were supposed to be genuine instances of appointive viciousness, six of which included discharges.  Five passings were recorded, the National

  1 year ago ago
Erect Monument For Victims Of December 7 Violence – Government Urged

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Think twice before causing trouble during elections - IGP warns trouble makers

The Inspector General of Police (IGP) and Chairman of the National Election Security Taskforce, Mr. James Oppong-Boanuh, has sent a word of caution to individual and group of persons who might think of causing violence in the coming 2020 general to think twice because, the security are ready to deal with such recasitrants. “Any person or group who plan to cause trouble or disturbances in any part of the country should think twice about it because they would be arrested and prosecuted”. IGP made this pronouncement

  1 year ago ago
Think twice before causing trouble during elections - IGP warns trouble makers

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We're not going to allow motorbikes at the polling stations - IGP

The Inspector General of Police (IGP) and Chairman of the National Election Security Taskforce, Mr James Oppong-Boanuh has cautioned the overall population not to take part in exercises that will upset the December 7 races.  Talking in a meeting with have Kwami Sefa Kayi on Peace FM's ''Kokrokoo'', the IGP advised the electorates not to ride motorbikes to the surveying stations as it will be a penetrate of the security administrations' directions to keep up lawfulness during the decisions.  He expressed that

  1 year ago ago
We're not going to allow motorbikes at the polling stations - IGP

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Arrest and prosecute perpetrators of election violence

OneGhana Movement commends voters and stakeholders for the peaceful conduct of the 2020 elections on Monday December 7. We are, however, disturbed about reports of pockets of violence the night of Election Day and thereafter resulting in damage to property, injuries and loss of lives. We call on authorities especially the police to arrest and prosecute perpetrators of the violence and breaches of various election regulations and laws to deter and prevent a recurrence. We note with grave concern the following:

  1 year ago ago
Arrest and prosecute perpetrators of election violence

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Send Videos Of Disturbances On Election Day To The Number - Inspector General Of Police

Preparing towards an elections, there is probably a plan for the safety against violence. The security body in its own senses’ believes the good populace should play their part.  The Inspector General of Police announces numbers for people to send videos of disturbances and violence related activities that may pop up on Election Day. The mobile phone number 0206639121, will be available for persons to send videos, audios and photographs of any disturbances on the Election Day, he announces. He also announced

  1 year ago ago
Send Videos Of Disturbances On Election Day To The Number - Inspector General Of Police

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December Elections: 38,000 Police Officers Deployed

The Inspector-General of Ghana Police, Mr. James Oppong-Boanuh, has said in an interview monitored by WeservitHOT.com that Thirty-eight thousand(38,000) police officers have been deployed for this year’s polls that is the Election 2020. Speaking on Peace FM’s Kokrokoo morning show, the Chairman of the National Election Security Taskforce noted that officers are deployed to help ensure peace prevail at the various polling stations voters will cast their votes come December 7. The IGP, Mr. James Oppong-Boanuh

  1 year ago ago
December Elections: 38,000 Police Officers Deployed

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Election 2020: National Security Operatives Have No Right To Be At Polling Stations - IGP

The Chairman of the National Election Security Taskforce, James Oppong-Boanuh, says that on Monday December 7, no service of the National Security Officer is allowed in the separate polling stations. He charged the electors of Ghanaia to report to the Police officers of the specific polling station who come to the polling station to present themselves as a national security officer. The National Security has stated that the duties of the National Security are to combat people who may use criminal attacks to

  1 year ago ago
Election 2020: National Security Operatives Have No Right To Be At Polling Stations - IGP