Charismatic Bishop's Conference of Ghana : Let armed forces deal with armed robbery -



The Charismatic Bishop’s Convention of Ghana has referred to as on the federal government to deploy the Ghana Armed Forces to wipe out the armed theft within the nation.

In a communiqué issued by the Convention, they questioned why the Ghana Armed Forces existed if it couldn't assist curb theft within the nation.

“The Ghana Armed Forces exist to guard and defend the residents of Ghana from aggression, from invasion, from assaults and from enemies,” stated a communiqué from the Charismatic Bishop’s Convention, asking “If our nation can't cope with armed theft, how would we cope with the very critical menace of terrorism if it have been to return to Ghana?”

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“If armed  theft is  not dealt  with,  the nation  will probably be  full of armed people  and more and more  grow to be a  extra harmful  place to stay in.” it added.

The group is, subsequently, calling on president Akufo-Addo, and different safety stakeholders to launch helicopters, military automobiles, superior army gear and extremely educated officers of the “Ghana Armed Forces to be concerned with wiping out armed theft.”

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The communiqué stated after 60 years of independence, Ghana should return to the times when it was peaceable and recorded few crimes throughout the nation.

The Ghana Charismatic Bishops’ Convention was based by Bishop Dag Heward-Mills and is chaired by Bishop Kwame Yirenkyi Ampofo. It's made up of senior clergy who've been consecrated as Bishops.