Oct. 19, GNA - An Eleven-member Regional Election Security Taskforce, chaired
by Chief Superintendent Godfrey Tetteh Adjirakor, Winneba District Police
Commander, has been inaugurated at Winneba to manage issues relating to the
upcoming District Level, Referendum and
the 2020 General elections.
The members are
senior officers from the Police, Prison, Fire, Immigration Service and the
Bureau of National Investigations in the Effutu Municipality.
In an interview
with the Ghana News Agency after the ceremony, Chief Supt. Adjirakor said the
taskforce was to ensure that no individual or group of persons endangered the
peace in Effutuman before, during and after the 2020 General Election.
It also has
responsibility over the forthcoming District Level Assembly Elections and the
Referendum, scheduled for December 17.
attaining peace was essential and a shared responsibility urging everyone to
contribute his or her quota to sustaining it.
“We are ready
to drastically deal with any person who attempt to do anything contrary to the
laws of the land pertaining to elections to serve as deterrent to others”.
Adjirakor further assured the people of Effutu that they would execute their
task fairly without fear or favor.
He said they
should have confidence in the team and support it with relevant information to
aid in the discharge of duties.