Ghana’s security services will be embarking on a nationwide route march on Thursday, November 26.

The march, which is set to begin at 6:00 am till 12 noon is to re-assure the public that the Security Services are prepared to provide the needed security for peaceful elections, to encourage public support for peace – rally round the Ghana flag and to show force to potential trouble makers.

According to information posted on the official Twitter page of the Ghana Police Service, the exercise is dubbed “Tafia Lafiya” to wit “Peace March”.

It will include the Police Service, Armed Forces, Prisons Service, National Fire Service, Immigration Service, Customs Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority, the National Intelligence Bureau, and the National Ambulance Service and the National Commission for Civic Education

The peace match will take effect in all capital cities of all regions in the country.

Places earmarked for engagement in Greater Accra include, Route 1: the Independence Square, Liberation Road, 37, N1, Weija, Kasoa, Oboom Road, Amasaman, Sowutuom, then back to N1, 37 Giffard Road.

Others are Route 2: Independence Square, Ako Adjei Interchange, Circle, Tesano, Achimota, Pokuase, Nsawam, Amasaman, Aburi, Frafraha, Madina and Legon.

Route 3: Independence Square, Osu, La, Nungua, Lashibi, Sakumono, Comm19, Spintex Road, Tetteh Quarshie, East Legon, Adjiriganor, Ashaley Botwe.

Route 4: Independence Square, Accra Central, James Town, Agbogbloshie, Korle Bu, Saprobic, Dansoman, Kaneshie, Circle, Nima, Adabraka and,

Route 5: Tema areas – Michel Camp, Gbetsele, Afienya, Dahwenya, Tsopoli, Ningo, Prampram, Kpone, Tema, New Town and Ashaiman.

The Police administration further announce that Security Officers will be employed to manage traffic in these areas and therefore urge the public to cooperate.

“They can also wave their miniature Ghana National Flag tomorrow in support of the peace march and in support of peace” the post reads.