Respect our laws or face the full rigors of it- Police warn foreigners

Respect our laws or face the full rigors of it- Police warn foreigners

The Accra Regional Police Command has issued a strong warning to foreigners living in Ghana to obey the laws of the country and eschew all forms of criminal acts.

The regional command said it would not accord preferential treatment to Ghanaians who also break that law.

The Public Relations Officer of the Accra Regional Police Command, DSP Afia Tenge gave the advice in a Citi News interview.

Respect our laws or face the full rigors - Police warns foreigners

Public Relations Officer of the Accra Regional Police Command, DSP Afia Tenge Source: UGC
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“What the police service is stating is that the foreigners, those who are here and are doing genuine businesses should not take the hospitality of Ghanaians for granted and decide to ride on it because this kind of emerging crime of kidnapping that we are seeing in our country is quite unknown to the Ghanaian community.

If we are having this type of crime, we will not create the enabling environment for them to perpetrate this kind of crime. We are going to ensure that we map up strategies to deal ruthlessly with this kind of crime,” she said.

The warning comes on the back of a series of criminal activities in the country involving foreigners.

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