Nana Yaw Wiredu, Ahinsan Estate
Assemblyman, has called on corporate organisations to compliment the efforts of Government to combat crime from the Ashanti region.
His timely call comes following recent developments regarding various degree of robbery and killing in the Kumasi Metropolis.
Within a week, Kumasi Metropolis has recorded day light robberies which have ended innocent souls perishing without any justifiable cause.
Safety of human lives always become a monumental focus during elections in Africa following the grievous history behind it.
In Africa history, through elections, a lot of souls have perished leaving others in a despicable situation.
Though Ghana is yet to experience such catastrophic mayhem, many become security conscious in other to safeguard their lives and properties.
Barely two months into the election, Kumasi, one of the largest cities in Ghana has seen armed robbers killing innocent people.
And this has pushed the industrious Assemblyman at Ahinsan Estate, Nana Yaw Wiredu to call on various institutions to also aid the fray to combat the recent attacks in Kumasi as part of their Corporate Social Responsibilities.
There has been a need to critically examine the security structures in the Kumasi Metropolis as December 7 General elections are speedily approaching to curtail the seeming outrageous deaths resulting from armed robbers and others.
Speaking on Opemsuo 104.7 FM morning show, Nkwantannanso with Goerge Opoku Mensah (Agudey), he said, “security is a shared responsibility and all must be involved to mitigate this unpalatable situation.”
He continued, “we need to resource the Police for them to be well-equipped to combat the crimes in our society.”
“I will plead with various corporate bodies to compliment the effort of the Government by buying various gadgets and equipments for the Security agencies as part of their corporate responsibilities.”
The Honourable Assemblyman through tactical means has set up a watchdog team in his vicinity to protect his people from crime.
Source: Opemsuo.com / Sasu Danquah.