Gov’t satisfied with country’s security
Government has declared its satisfaction with the security of the country.
This was after President John Mahama met security chiefs in the country on Monday. It was disclosed at the meeting that crime rates had significantly fallen.
Speaking at the daily press briefing, Deputy Minister for Information and Media Relations, Felix Kwakye Ofosu, said measures are being taken to ensure Ghanaians live in safety.
“It [report] also took note of measures that have been rolled out to ensure Ghanaians live in safety and also challenges which have to be dealt with,” he stated.
Mr. Kwakye Ofosu further stated, “the President went ahead to make some proposals that he believes could strengthen the work that the security agencies are carrying out and further consolidate the gains that have been made.”
“He [president] is even more determined to ensure that further assistance is given to the various security agencies to boost their capacities to tackle emerging security challenges. It is believed that these measures will go a long way to help us achieve even greater results,” he added.