The Daily Graphic applauds the swiftness with which National Security moved to round up three rogue website operators, two of whom have been described as kingpins. The paper is equally happy that National Security officers are tracking other operators and urges them not to relent in their efforts to smoke out all of them. It expects that the three should be able to give clues as to where to locate the other operators. The paper is of the view that the time has come for the Cybercrime Unit of the Ghana Police Service as well as all other relevant bodies, to team up to deal with these rogue website operators. The Graphic reminds National Security that Ghanaians are keenly following their exploits in tracking down the rogue website operators and nothing should derail their effort.
The Ghanaian Times says it has absolute confidence in President Akufo-Addo to provide proactive leadership, as Chairman of ECOWAS at this crucial moment, to tackle the myriad of challenges of the sub region. It is the expectation of the paper that member countries will be committed to implement all existing protocols and instruments to bring peace and prosperity to the people. The Times urges all the stakeholders in the Malian crises to be committed to the implementation of the road map of the agreement to return the country to constitutional rule with a government that reflects the dreams and aspirations of the people.