Security services urged to enforce Public Order Act

Mr Francis Ayikwei Tagoe, the Effutu Municipal Chief Executive, has called on Ghanaians to be cautious in their utterances and actions during political party campaigns in order not to compromise the country’s peace.

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He implored the security services to enforce the Public Order Act to the letter.

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Mr Tagoe said these when he addressed a parade of school children and voluntary organizations in Winneba to mark the 59th anniversary celebration of Ghana’s Independence Day.

The theme for celebration was: “Investing in the Youth for Ghana’s Transformation”.

The MCE said this year is an election year, “We cannot take this peace for granted”.

Mr Tagoe expressed concern that despite huge investment being made into education in the provision of infrastructure and facilities, the recent BECE results of some schools in the area was not encouraging.

Mr Tagoe urged the youth to take full advantage of this to acquire the best of education and the needed skills.

Source: GNA

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