The Inspector-General of Police, (IGP), James Oppong-Boanuh who also serves as the Chairman of the National Security Task Force (NESTF) has re-activated the NESTF ahead of impending elections.
At the re-activation ceremony on October 17, 2019 at the Police Headquarters, the Chairman and some members of the task force took turns to address members on the need to work hard towards a peaceful, free and fair elections.
The task force is made up of Heads of all Security Institutions, Chairman of the Electoral Commission and the Representatives, Research Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration (MoFARI) and the Ministry of Local Government.
Police Administration promotes fifty-eight (58) officers in deprived areas.
In a separate development, the Police Administration has promoted fifty-eight (58) junior officers in deprived areas for their hard work and dedication to duty.
The promotion is also to motivate officers to accept postings to all parts of the country where their services are needed.
The IGP, said officers who work hard will be awarded for their hard work wherever they are serving from.
“Officers will not be left to rot in deprived areas. All officers will have to taste city and village life at one time or the other” he said.
He congratulated the officers who have been promoted.