The chief of Kronoum- Kwapra, Baffour Adu Gyamfi Kumanin has appealed to Inspector General of Police (IGP) to quickly intervene in criminal activities of what they call as ” ghetto” in the country, particularly in his hometown in the Suame- Municipality of Ashanti.
According to Baffour Kumanin ,the hideouts places (ghetto) seems to contribute 60% of robbery cases due to the ghetto serving as a place of aborme for the teeming youth who are indulged in indecent behaviour in the country.
Speaking at the 38th National Farmers Day Celebration at Kwapra, the chief observed that, a lot of ghettos are erected in his hometown.
He said with the support from his outfit coupled with Suame Divisional and Municipal Police Command had able to curtain down the youth in robbery down but was dissatisfied on why the suspect youth in robbery attack, when police get wind of them and they were release overnight to come back to embark on their work again.
Baffour Kumanin described this as very unfortunate and disturbing in the Kronoum-Kwapra area.
He envisage that the situation is not only happening at his area alone but suspected it is occurring across the country in this time of the coming of Christmas festivities.
In a related development, Mr Francis Asare the Municipal Best Farmer in the farmers Day Celebration received six(6) set of Cutlass, Wellington Boot as well as Fridge as his reward.
He told this reporter that Suame municipality should expect more from his office by commiting himself to expand the farming business especially in the poultry to produce more for both local and foreign consumption to help earn foreign exchange for the country.
Story by David Amoateng