Ejisu Municipal Police Prepared For The December Election – Ngissah

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Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Mr Stephen Tane Ngissah, Ejisu Divisional Police Commander says the police are decidedly ready to guarantee savage free decisions on December 07, this year.

He said the police along with the Municipal Election Security Task Force was setting up commonsense measures to guarantee harmony previously, during and after the decisions.

He told the Ghana News Agency in a meeting at Ejisu that his men were prepared to guarantee that all enrolled citizens practiced their establishment in a tranquil way in the Municipality.

ACP Ngissah focused on the requirement for the Electoral Commission to place its demonstrations so as to guarantee that all the required materials were prepared on time during the political race’s day to diminish fomentations.

All the machines ought to likewise be tried to guarantee that they were working consummately and where essential, hold ones set up to help forestall any burden which could bring pressures up in surveying focuses.

ACP Ngissah said as a feature of the measures, the security team would meet all the ideological groups in the district to have conversations on the different estimates set up and the requirement for them to advise their adherents to maintain all the discretionary principles.

He exhorted party activists to stop from offending remarks and different acts that could trigger disarray in their networks.

ACP Ngissah said the police would not plunk down unconcern for hardly any people to cause pandemonium previously, during and after the decisions and encouraged instigators to reevaluate and remain quiet.

He said the security organizations were arranged and encouraged the individuals not to be apprehensive yet act well to guarantee free, reasonable, straightforward and tranquil races on December 07.