Mahama wants ‘tight security’ ahead of election petition verdict
President John Mahama has expressed satisfaction with the general security situation in the country.
He has also commended the various security heads for strategies being adopted to ensure safety of people and property.
President Mahama expressed his contentment at a meeting with the various security heads on Monday.
He has also challenged them to put in place appropriate mechanisms to ensure maximum security as the Supreme Court prepares to give its final verdict on the election petition case.
A Deputy Minister of Information and Media Relations Felix Kwakye Ofosu briefing the press at the Flagstaff House on Tuesday said the meeting between the security heads and the President was on how to ensure adequate security for the nation.
“The meeting was satisfied with the current security situation in the country, infact it took note of the drop in the crime rate and it also took note of measures that have been rolled out that Ghanaians live in safety”.