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Western North Police Commander pledges to protect citizens during the yuletide

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The Western North Regional Police Command has pledged to ensure that each citizen is protected during the yuletide.

The Commander DCOP Otchere Boapea, made the promise when he joined other Policemen to undertake an ‘ Operation Father Christmas walk through the principal streets of Sefwi Wiawso, in the Western North Region.

He said criminals usually take advantage of the Christmas season to steal and therefore the public must be extra vigilant and also give information to the Police.

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