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Police to deal with lawbreakers during Eid-ul-Fitr

The Ghana Police Service has served notice it will deal ruthlessly with anyone who disturbs the peace during the Eid-ul-Fitr festivities.
During such celebrations, the youth are usually seen breaking traffic regulations with motorbikes and blocking major routes to embark on stunt competitions.

“The Police Administration and the entire Police Service congratulate all Muslims in the country for a successful Ramadan, and also wish them Barka da Sallah on the occasion of the celebration of the Eid-Ul-Fitr.

“The Police wish to assure the general public, especially Muslims, that adequate security measures have been put in place to create a congenial atmosphere for a peaceful celebration of the Eid. Celebrants are, therefore, being called upon to go about the celebration of the festival peacefully, and make the period incident free,” a statement from the Public Affairs section of the police read.

The statement added: “While wishing all Muslims an enjoyable festival, the Police wishes to seize the opportunity to entreat celebrants, especially the youth, to endeavour to observe the motor traffic regulations.
“They are also advised to be mindful of their safety and that of other members of the public, and that the Police are on hand for any assistance during the festival on the following hotlines: MTN and Vodafone toll free lines 18555, all networks 191 or 0302 773906.”

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