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The Ghanaian Times finds the letter sent by the New Patriotic Party (NPP) inviting the National Democratic Congress (NDC) for a meeting on the vigilante issue welcoming and thinks it would pave the way for very fruitful and positive outcomes. The paper is saddened because, these groups have indulged in unacceptable conducts over the years and Ghanaians have shown their abhorrence for their violent activities for far too long. It hopes, all the arrangements would be made in the shortest possible time for the meeting that all Ghanaians are looking forward to.

The Daily Graphic thinks it is heart-warming to hear that the Police Administration has resolved to provide body cameras for its personnel on field operations. Even though the paper is aware of the fact that the use of body cameras may not be an antidote to dealing with both public and personnel misconduct, it believes it will be an additional initiative to instill public confidence in the police. The paper says the introduction of the body cameras will prove or disprove allegations of police misconduct thus improving police accountability and protecting officers from false allegations of misconduct. The Graphic is aware that some people might oppose the use of the body cameras because it will intrude in their privacy, nonetheless, it believes the advantages far outweighs the disadvantages and is therefore calling on Parliament to enact the necessary legislature to protect the police and the public.

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