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Let’s Support The Police To Protect Live And Properties – Elo Hope

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The management of Rosa Roofing Systems has called on the general public to help equip and support the Ghana police service to protect live and properties of Ghanaians.

The management of Rosa Roofing Systems and producers of roofing sheets said this when they donated chairs worth millions of Ghanaian cedis to the Pokuase Police Command in the Ga North Municipality of the Greater Accra Region today.

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Director General of the company, Prince Elo Hope commended the police command for their commitment to duty and promised that his company would come to their aid when the need arises to motivate them in their work.

He called on Ghanaians to partner with the police effectively in combating crime to enhance peace in the country.

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The Pokuase District Police commander, DSP Dickson Obeng also urged Ghanaians to consider individual security as a topmost priority to guarantee the general security of the country.

He said even though Ghana had not yet experienced terrorists’ attacks that should not let the people to lose their guard and think that such could not happen in the country.

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