We’ve kept our promise to improve peace and security – Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia

Vice President of Ghana , Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, said the administration has kept its commitments to improve residents’ peace and security.


Ghana’s recent ranking in the global peace index, among other things, he claims, reflects the government’s significant investment in the security sector.


Dr. Bawumia, speaking during the inauguration of the Shukura District Police Command, reaffirmed the government’s commitment to retooling security services so that they can efficiently fulfill their duties.


“This government has exceeded expectations [in terms of improving the country’s safety and security].” Ghana maintains its positive image as a calm and secure country with an exceptional international reputation as a tranquil haven. According to recent data, we are Africa’s second most peaceful country and the most tranquil country in West Africa. According to the most recent Global Peace Index, this is the case. Without the considerable efforts of law enforcement authorities, our country’s peace and stability could not be established and sustained,” he stated.


The commissioning of the ultra-modern structure, according to Dr. Bawumia, would help to ensure peace and security in Laterbiokorshie, Abbosey Okai, Mataheko, Shukura, and the surrounding areas.


He also praised Dr. George Akuffo Dampare, the Inspector General of Police, for raising the police station to a district command.


“Security, peace, and stability are the bedrocks of long-term prosperity… Ghana has emerged as one of Africa’s most attractive investment destinations,” he added, emphasizing that the country’s reputation for peace and security cannot be accomplished without the efforts of law enforcement agencies, hence the government’s commitment to equipping them.


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