Don’t be part of any evil agenda to foment trouble – DSP Asante

Obuasi-Kunka (Ash), Feb 08, GNA – The youth have been asked to take responsibility and refuse to be part of any evil agenda to foment trouble ahead of the November 7, general elections.

Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Matthew Asante, the Obuasi Municipal Commander, said they should put the peace and unity of the nation above every other consideration.

He made the call at a joint installation ceremony held for four sub-chiefs at Kunka in the municipality.

They included Nana Agyei Mensah Sikapa, the Odikro, Nana Kwaku Osei Minta, the Krontihene, Nana Krobea Asante, Akomehene, and Nana Twum Barima Mensah, Gyaasehene.

The Municipal Commander said all should accept to play by the rules of decency and tolerance to remove needless political tension and confusion before, during and after the polls.

He said elections must never be seen as ‘a do-or-die affair’ and must therefore not be allowed to tear the society apart.

He encouraged the people to cooperate with and support the police to safeguard the peace and security.

Nana Bosompem Kitikyi Apenteng II, Krontihene of the Adansi-Dompoase Traditional Area, reminded the sub-chiefs not to engage in partisan politics so as to help hold the community together.

The expectation was that they would provide the right leadership to tackle the felt needs of the people and bring development to them, he added. GNA


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