early childhood educational centerHe expressed concern about how parents allow their wards to go to internet cafes and stay on till late hours instead of guiding them to spend time with their books.

In an interview with the Ghana News Agency, Mr Amuzu observed that that, currently, social misfits have taken the centre stage of the Zongo community making the living conditions of the people unbearable.

He disclosed that internet fraud, armed robbery and the use of marijuana by the youth have become very common in the community which poses a threat to the people.

Mr Amuzu called for the enforcement of the assembly bye laws to control the operations of internet cafés and also reduce the fast growing internet fraud in the Zongo.

He pleaded with the police patrol team to focus on the Zongo area to arrest and prosecute drug dealers to help minimise immoral behaviour of the youth in the community.


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