Police Engage Kantamanto Traders On Security Measures

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The Inspector-General of Police Dr. George Akuffo Dampare together with some Members of the Police Management Board(POMAB) has engaged traders at Kantamanto on security measures during the festive season.

The visit to secondhand clothing sellers at Kantamanto on December 22, 2023, is one of the measures POMAB has taken to address the challenges individuals are facing in their daily activities.

Dr. Dampare in his speech said he was pleased the measures put in place to ensure security at Kantamanto are yielding results and the police were ready to do more.

“I came for your feedback on what we are doing right and what you want us to change because we are your servants and we must ensure that you feel safe. So far we have met a lot of groups on their security concerns and most of them, as you have testified, have been addressed.

“Today we are here as your servants and we want to visit you and commend you first on the hard work you’re doing for this country, we want to wish you Merry Christmas and finally we want to listen to you on all your security concerns,” the IGP said.

On their part, the chairman of the Kantamanto Used Clothing Sellers Association Michael Oppong said they are satisfied with the security arrangements put in place in the market so far.

“We are happy with your work and we believe a lot of Ghanaians are happy with you. We wish you all well, and we know you will continue with what you have started for us”.

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