Over 1000 police officials deployed to Cape Coast ahead of NPP delegates conference

Over 1000 police officials deployed to Cape Coast ahead of NPP delegates conference

- Over 5000 delegates will be partaking of the NPP’s delegates conference

- Police has deployed 1,250 security personnel to ensure peace

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The stage is set for the national delegates conference of the incumbent New Patriotic Party (NPP) with 1,250 security personnel deployed to ensure the program comes off without any security threats.

Over 1000 police officials deployed to Cape Coast ahead of NPP delegates conference

Over 1000 police officials deployed to Cape Coast ahead of NPP delegates conference

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What this means is that police personnel will be overlooking the various schools where these delegates will be lodging.

“Currently, we are covering all the residences provided for the delegates and these are the Adisadel College, Mfanstipim School, Ghana National College, Aggrey Memorial, Holy Child School and the security personnel themselves shall be housed at the University Practice Secondary School. We are covering every single hotel right down from Mankessim to Elmina, whether delegates stay there or not,” DSP Ampah Bennin revealed to at a media briefing.

YEN is gathering that close to over 5000 delegates will be present at the national conference with the main aim being the deliberation on appropriate resolutions on the National Chairman’s report as well as the deliberation on the party’s constitution.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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