Mr. Francis Baffoe-Nyamekye, who described himself as a concerned citizen of Nkoranza, has called for stringent measures to curb armed robbery in the country.

Mr. Baffoe-Nyamekye, a graduate of the University of Education, Winneba, speaking with newsmen at Nkoranza suggested the erection of mini-military camps along the highways noted for armed robberies.

He expressed regret about the brutalities armed robbers meted to victims and mentioned the ordeal of market women at Kajaji in the Sene District of the region as an example.

Mr. Baffoe-Nyamekye said “as much as peace and stability is needed for development, there is the importance to use part of the nation’s resources to provide absolute security for all Ghanaians”.

He said security personnel must be provided with logistics so they could wage a relentless war on criminals.

He appealed to community leaders to educate the people to report people of suspicious character to the police.

Source: GNA

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