The Ghana Police Service has issued a strong warning to the general public that it will not hold back in enforcing the President’s directive on the partial lockdown in parts of the country.
The Director-General of Operations, DCOP Mr Boadu Peprah said that the police service will be very tough on anyone who is seen loitering about anyhow.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo extended the partial lockdown in parts of the country in his last COVID-19 address to the nation.
The extension starts on Monday, 13th April, 2020.
Speaking to a section of the media, the Director-General of Operations at the Ghana Police Service, DCOP Boadu Peprah said;
“Now we have entered the third-week so we expect everyone to stay at home. If they refuse to stay at home, now we are going to arrest people we see loitering. Now we expect everybody to respect the presidential order. Stay at home and you protect yourself. So from Monday going we are going to be tough.”