The Daily Heritage finds the call by the NDC for all security persons stated for election duties to be identified by their names as a call in the right direction. This will help to deal with unscrupulous persons who are smuggled in as was in the case that happened at the Ayawaso West Wuogon. It says although the IGP has issued a circular to the effect that only the traditional police uniforms blue and black and the camouflage would be worn on Elections 2020 duties. It believes that when the personnel are properly identified, it will ensure transparency and booster confidence in the electoral process. The Heritage appeals to the National Election Security Task Force to sanitize the security situation and maintain law and order in the December 7 polls to continue the peace of the country.
The Daily Graphic calls on government to fix damaged or stolen drain covers. It is worried about a number of uncovered drains and utility chambers that are left unattended to which have exposed the public to danger. The paper believes Ghanaians deserve better from utility service providers and telecommunications companies to safe guard the lives and limbs of citizens. The Graphic believes there is a moral and legal obligation as it is government that superintends the digging of drains across the country and companies that have responsibility for such chambers to ensure the safety and well-being of Ghanaians.
The Ghanaian Times urges Ghanaians to try to reduce fire outbreaks in the country. The paper notes that due to the negative effects of fire outbreaks, including deaths, loss of property and injuries, various efforts are made to stop these fires yet it happens every year though the Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS) has given some causes and recommendations to curb them. The Times calls on Ghana National Fire Service and ECG Personnel to do periodic checks on installations at markets, homes and even offices to ensure adherence to all guidelines on fire prevention because the cost of fire is devastating and destabilizing.