The Municipal Coordinator Director of the Ga East Municipal Assembly, Mr. Peter Nimo, has appealed to Ghanaians to help the police by volunteering information that would lead to the exposure of criminals, and reduce the crime rate in the country.
Speaking at the occasion of a march past by school children and voluntary groups to mark the 52nd Independence Anniversary of Ghana, held at the Atomic Energy Park in Kwabenya, he further warned the persons behind the serial killing of children to put a stop to it.
“These children are our future, and we should protect them to contribute to society, rather than annihilate them,” he added.
He gave the assurance that the current government would ensure absolute peace in the country, to enable law-abiding citizens go about their normal business without fear.
Mr. Peter Nimo said there was the need for businessmen and every single person in the country, to join the efforts of the government in bringing to reality the needed change.
He stressed that the government had made prevision for the improvement in sanitation, to improve ourselves and the country.
He advised the pupils and youth to reciprocate by being disciplined at school, at home, and in public, and also to take their studies seriously, in order to achieve higher laurels.
According to Mr. Nimo, the government's effort was being supplemented at the local level by the Municipal Assembly, that included various school infrastructure, notable among them, the construction of five three-storey, and 18 unit classroom blocks being built to decongest schools, and provide a decent environment for effective teaching and learning.
He pointed out that the occasion should reflect on the need to unite as one nation to support the current government pursue the required change for the development of the country.
Mr. Nimo appealed to all Ghanaians to put behind their political affiliations, and unite as one people to support the political agenda and development programme of the current government.