Asogli chiefs vow to preserve peace

The IGP (fourth right) with the chiefs and queens of the Asogli StateTHE chiefs and queens of the Asogli State have warned that any unruly character whose conduct might disrupt peace during the forthcoming general election, will suffer swift and ruthless consequences.

Pursuant to that, they have vowed to work hand-in-hand with the police to ensure that law and order prevails during the period.

Togbe Anikpi III, Dufia of Ho-Heve, said these when Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Mr. John Kudalor, paid a courtesy call on the chiefs and queens at the Asogli Palace, at Ho-Bankoe on Wednesday.

He said that the traditional authorities in the various divisions of Asogli were educating their people on how to comport themselves during the elections, to ensure peace and order.

Togbe Anikpi commended the police for fighting the armed robbery menace which plagued Ho sometime last year, and said that the Asogli chiefs and queens were firm with their stance to collaborate with the police to fight crime at all times.

Mr. Kudalor expressed gratitude to the chiefs and queens for their resolve to join forces to promote peace, and said that the police would leave no stone unturned in their work to maintain order during the elections.

“We are always ready to serve you and our country”, Mr. Kudalor assured.

The Volta Regional Police Command, Mr. Redeemer V. Dedjoe, entreated the chiefs and queens to promptly alert the police with information on untoward incidents and suspicious characters in their communities.

From Alberto Mario Noretti, Ho-Bankoe

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