The Daily Graphic believes that security is critical to the development of the country and therefore urges Ghanaians to join hands to fight the incessant attacks on the security agents who sacrifice their lives and time to ensure the safety of citizens. The Graphic therefore urges the public to volunteer information as the police mount a manhunt for the miscreants who shot and killed a police woman at a checkpoint on the Kumbungu road on Tuesday night. It encourages the police and other security agencies to intensify training on tactical emergency casualty care for personnel and also provide them with first aid kits. The paper also calls for enhanced measures to counter ambush attacks which have claimed a lot of lives.
The Finder is not happy with the controversy surrounding PDS the deal and calls for prudent measures to unravel the truth and bring all perpetrators to book. It believes that the situation requires urgent attention.
The Ghanaian Times is happy with the allocation of a 60 acre land around the Accra-Tema Motorway to a Chinese company to construct an ultra modern industrial and commercial hub under the one district, one factory initiative. The paper said the project when completed will provide more than two thousand direct jobs for Ghanaians and also create a positive image for Ashaiman which is widely assumed as a den for criminal activities.