Friday, February 26, 2021

Suspects in custody call relatives to bring them Facemasks as Police arrest 105 for flouting Akufo-Addo directives

There was drama in Tema when suspects started placing calls to relative to bring them facemasks after 105 persons made up of 9 women and 96 men were arrested for flouting the President’s directive on compulsory wearing of facemasks.

According to a statement from the Tema Police Command, the 105 persons are screened at the Command after which further action will be taken.

The suspects said to be in the age brackets of 17 to 64 years.

Out of the total number, 22 of them had no masks at all while 83 had the masks in their possession but woefully refused to wear them.

Read Full Statement Below

105 PERSONS ARRESTED FOR FLOUTING DIRECTIVES ON WEARING OF NOSE MASKS

105 suspects have been rounded up by the Tema Regional Police Command for non-compliance of the Government’s directives on the wearing of nose masks as a preventive measure against the spread of Covid-19.

The arrest is a move by the police to enforce the directives on the observation of the Covid-19 protocols.

The suspects, who were arrested going about their usual businesses regardless of the directives, were made up of 9 women and 96 men within the age brackets of 17 to 64 years. Out of the total number, 22 of them had no masks at all while 83 had the masks in their possession but woefully refused to wear them. Some of the suspects called friends and relatives to bring them masks while under police custody.

All the suspects are currently being meticulously screened at the Command after which further action will be taken.

There was drama in Tema when suspects started placing calls to relative to bring them facemasks after 105 persons made up of 9 women and 96 men were arrested for flouting the President’s directive on compulsory wearing of facemasks.

According to a statement from the Tema Police Command, the 105 persons are screened at the Command after which further action will be taken.

The suspects said to be in the age brackets of 17 to 64 years.

Out of the total number, 22 of them had no masks at all while 83 had the masks in their possession but woefully refused to wear them.

Read Full Statement Below

105 PERSONS ARRESTED FOR FLOUTING DIRECTIVES ON WEARING OF NOSE MASKS

105 suspects have been rounded up by the Tema Regional Police Command for non-compliance of the Government’s directives on the wearing of nose masks as a preventive measure against the spread of Covid-19.

The arrest is a move by the police to enforce the directives on the observation of the Covid-19 protocols.

The suspects, who were arrested going about their usual businesses regardless of the directives, were made up of 9 women and 96 men within the age brackets of 17 to 64 years. Out of the total number, 22 of them had no masks at all while 83 had the masks in their possession but woefully refused to wear them. Some of the suspects called friends and relatives to bring them masks while under police custody.

All the suspects are currently being meticulously screened at the Command after which further action will be taken.

The Command wishes to use this opportunity to crave the indulgence of the general public to adhere strictly to the Government’s directives in order to curtail the deadly virus if not to totally eradicate it.

The operation was carried out in a four-hour operation around Tema Community one on 20th January 2021.

SIGNED

C/INSPR. STELLA DEDE DZAKPASU
AG. PRO
TEMA REGIONAL POLICE COMMAND

Source: MyNewsGh.com/Ayeh Offei-Akoto/2021

Related Articles

“Stop hating us, we are all humans” Director of LGBTQ Ghana.

It was published on this site early on 24th February 2021 that the Ghana Police has raided the office of the LGBTQ in Greater...

‘I will not be part of the VGMA’ – Patapaa

Popular Ghanaian musician Patapaa Amisty has said he will not be part of the 2021 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs). Patapaa has not gotten over the decision of...

Ghanaians attack UK’s Sky News for ‘racist reportage’ on coronavirus vaccine

Some Ghanaians have expressed gross disgust over a racism-inspired reportage by the UK's Sky News on the arrival of the first batch of coronavirus...

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Stay Connected

20,830FansLike
2,507FollowersFollow
0SubscribersSubscribe

Latest Articles

“Stop hating us, we are all humans” Director of LGBTQ Ghana.

It was published on this site early on 24th February 2021 that the Ghana Police has raided the office of the LGBTQ in Greater...

‘I will not be part of the VGMA’ – Patapaa

Popular Ghanaian musician Patapaa Amisty has said he will not be part of the 2021 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs). Patapaa has not gotten over the decision of...

Ghanaians attack UK’s Sky News for ‘racist reportage’ on coronavirus vaccine

Some Ghanaians have expressed gross disgust over a racism-inspired reportage by the UK's Sky News on the arrival of the first batch of coronavirus...

Serious Email scandal hits Nana Konadu Rawlings; daughter Yaa Asantewaa and Siidi’s name pop up

A series of email correspondence allegedly from the Office of former First Lady, Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings has been leaked by her former confidant after...

26yr old homosexual confesses on live radio, names over 100 Kumasi pastors involved

It has emerged that some religious leaders in Ghana; both male and female are practicing homosexuality despite their public condemnation of the act on...