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Parents cautioned to put their wards safety first

Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Andrew Anyani, the Municipal Police Commander for Asante-Akim South, has asked parents to pay more attention to the security of their children.

He said the recent reported cases of murder of children in the Municipality under bizarre circumstances, indicated an emerging trend of child murder in the Municipality.

There was therefore, the need for adequate and strict security measures by parents to protect their children.

They should not leave the children unaccompanied especially in secluded areas in order not to expose them to danger.

Mr Anyani, was addressing members of the Municipal Assembly at its meeting at Juaso.

He said two children were murdered at Yawkwei and Kpone Praso under bizarre circumstances within a spate of one month.

Another child was murdered within the same period at Ohene Nkwanta in the Asante-Akim Central Municipality.

DSP Anyani urged members of the Assembly to educate members in their communities to be conscious about the movement of their children and report any suspicious character in their localities to the police.

He said the police was working around the clock to unravel the two cases while putting in place measures to avert future occurrence and called on the public to volunteer information to enable them fight crime.

He mentioned lack of accommodation as a major challenge facing the police and appealed to the Assembly to address the situation as a matter of urgency.

Mr. Alexander Frimpong, the Municipal Chief Executive, applauded the Municipal Police Command for the relative peace in the Municipality and pledged the support of the Assembly to enhance their operations

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