The Northern Regional Police Commander, DCOP Ken Yeboah, has cautioned the youth of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), against acts of hooliganism as they celebrate the party’s 2016 election landslide victory.
He served notice that his administration will not hesitate to arrest wayward NPP youth caught flouting the law.
DCOP Ken Yeboah raised this concern at a dialogue with some NPP youth organized by the party’s regional secretariat.
He said the police remained resolute in their commitment to protect life and property. He advised NPP youth to stay calm and search for jobs to improve their livelihood.
DCOP Ken Yeboah pleaded with opinion leaders in the region to deepen their collaboration with law enforcement agencies to maintain law and order.
The NPP Regional Chairman, Daniel Bugri Naabu, reiterated his call on the party’s youth to remain law abiding. He described as needless any attempt by some party youth to molest and intimidate NDC supporters.
“We think certain happenings among the youth since the NPP were declared winners of the 2016 general elections are counterproductive and smacks of irresponsibility and chaos. The NPP is a disciplined party and we expect our youth to behave as such.”
Daniel Bugri Naabu assured the youth of maximum protection and a brighter future.
The NPP Regional Youth Organizer, Rashid Salifu, announced the party’s intention to organize a victory health walk on Saturday December 17.
He encouraged all party loyalists to participate in the event ahead of the President-elect, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo’s swearing in ceremony.
He asked the party’s youth to prepare for mega night jams as part of activities marking the NPP’s victory in a grand style.
Rashid Salifu COP however reiterated the need for all party loyalists to celebrate the party’s victory with decorum.
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