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Dr.Adutwum Commend Ghanaians For Peaceful Yuletide

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The Member of Parliament for Bosomtwe, Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum, has presented food aid to the National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) and Security Agencies operating in his Constituency in the Ashanti region.
The Security Agencies which benefited from the package were the Ghana Police Service, National Fire Service and the National Intelligence Bureau (NIB).
Items presented to them were bags of rice, cooking oil and canned fish among others.
Dr Adutwum use the occasion to commend the Security Agencies for their dedication and commitment towards ensuring that Ghanaians lived in peace to undertake their daily businesses.
He was particularly happy with the peaceful way this year’s Christmas and New Year festivities took place which attested to the hard work of the Security Agencies and other stakeholders in the country.
Dr Adutwum who is also the Minister for Education also commended all Ghanaians for the peaceful way the nation celebrated the yuletide which was a sign of maturity and love for one another irrespective of political, religious, social, ethnic affiliations.
He assured all Ghanaians of the government’s preparedness to support operations of the security agencies to ensure that they can operate effectively for the good of all residents in the country.
The Bosomtwe District Commander of Police, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Mr Eric Akwaboah, on behalf of the beneficiaries eulogized the MP for the support which would go a long way to boost their morale in their daily operations.
He pledged that the Security Agencies would continue to show much commitment to their work to protect the peace and tranquillity of the people in the country.
The District Commander appealed to Ghanaians especially the youth to strive to be law-abiding to ensure that peace prevailed at all times in the country for a peaceful co-existence.

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