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IGP ,Admits you lacked the requisite resources and stop flowery speeches after death incident-Bright Botchway

Admits you lacks the requisite resources and stop flowery speeches after death incident-Bright Botchway

The  Dep. Central Regional  Youth Organizer(In charge of  operation) of the opposition National Democratic Congress Bright Botchway has arraigned  the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mr. James Oppong-Boannu over the rising cases of robbery incidence in Central Region and the country as  a whole. Mr  Bright Botchway said just yesterday ,A bullion van was again attacked by armed robbers at Gomoa Okyereko on the Kasoa – Winneba road Thursday afternoon  . He said  comparing Ghana to  Heaven  and given that flowery speeches would not solve the current level of insecurity that Ghanaians are exposed to, But proactive work and proper logistic  that  should   be his priority  for our men  on the  field to boost their  confidence.

In an Media interview  copied statenewsghana.com on Friday, Mr. Bright Botchway , further  said You don’t fight organized crimes, using flowery speeches. Let us see more action and lets not limit it to just finding the perpetrators, who killed the police officer,” he said.

His comment comes after the Inspector General of Police (IGP), James Oppong-Boanuh promised to leave no stone unturned in apprehending perpetrators of the recent robbery incident which led to the death of one police officer and a hawker at Adedenkpo, near James Town.

Reacting to the IGP’s statement on today, He, said, “it is about time the security agencies, particularly, the Ghana Police Service admits it lacks the requisite resources to combat crimes in the country.

According to him, the Service needs to be revamped and furnished with the needed logistics, as a matter of urgency, to enable it deal with insecurity in the country.

According to him, the Service needs to be revamped and furnished with the needed logistics, as a matter of urgency, to enable it deal with insecurity in the country.

further urged Ghanaians to prioritize their personal security during their daily activities and assist police in investigations concerning robbery cases as part of their civic responsibility.

In a related development, he urged the Ghana Police Service to speed up investigations in connection with the Jamestown robbery incidence in which a bullion van was attacked leaving a policeman and a woman dead.

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