The chief said motor bike snatching and cattle rustling was becoming rampant and cited a recent incident where a drinking bar in the area was robbed at gun point.
This left many of the residents in fear, Naaba Apiniyela said this in an interview with the Ghana News Agency at Gowire.
He said together with his elders and the custodian of land, the Tindaana, were ready to offer land for the construction of a Police Post and also provide accommodation for the police personnel who would be sent there to work.
He also appealed to the Bongo District Assembly to liaise with the Ghana Water Company which has a treatment plant in the area to connect the seven communities under Gowire with pipe –borne water.
The said communities are Yorogo, Zaare, Nyariga, Vea, Zoko, Balungu and Gowrie.
Source: GNA/News Ghana