The Sege District Police Command and the Ada West District Assembly Taskforce are carrying out joint community patrols to ensure strict enforcement of the coronavirus restrictions.

As part of the exercise, the military and NADMO representatives have also joined to educate the people on the need to observe the Covid-19 safety protocols.

DSP George Aboagye, Sege District Police Commander, told the communities at various information centres that large gathering parties were banned for now.

“We want everyone to stay at home and enjoy the festival, but don’t go to any party at beaches and pubs. If you want to drink, go and buy the drinks and enjoy at home. No one is above the law and so don’t flout the law,” he said.

Additionally, DSP Aboagye asked leaders of churches in the communities to adhere to the restrictions and protocols placed by the government to curtail the spread of the coronavirus.

“We shall be patrolling both day and night till Monday April 5,” he said.

The Sege Police Commander later asked the assembly members to help them to enforce the COVID-19 restrictions in the various communities by talking to the people.

The team visited Wokumagbeh, Akplabanya, Anyamam, Goi and Lolonya and their respective beaches to educate the people on the need to adhere to the Covid-19 protocols.