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Ghana Police Service employs use of helicopters to improve its operational efficiency

The Ghana Police Service has employed the use of helicopters to improve its operational efficiency.

The new helicopters were captured displaying at the 66th Independence Day Anniversary celebration held at Adaklu in the Volta Region on Monday.

Touching on the new helicopters, President Akufo-Addo said "I am sure we all saw the three (3) helicopters belonging to the Police Service joining this morning’s celebration"

"It is the first time in our nation’s history that the Police Service is employing the use of helicopters to improve its operational efficiency."

He explained that the acquisition of the helicopters is to honour the pledge he made at the 2019 end of year Police WASSA.

"...and I assure the officers, men and women of the Service of Government’s continued support in helping them to discharge effectively their mandate"


"Ladies and gentlemen, in choosing to celebrate this year’s Independence Day in the Volta Region, I hope it affords all of us the opportunity to enjoy the beauty and breathtaking scenery that abounds here"

He stressed that Volta Region has the highest mountain in Ghana, and other spectacular peaks from which to gaze at the surrounding splendour.

"This is the Region that has marvellous waterfalls and naturally occurring landscapes and historic monuments on its coast"

"It is the Region of spellbinding and beautiful music and intricate dances.

"It is the Region with interesting cuisine. It is a tourism destination without compare. I urge you all to explore its unique attractions"


"In conclusion, fellow Ghanaians, I want to assure you that my devotion to the Ghana Project is unwavering"

"The enemy we face is not each other."

"We can only win this battle if we stick together, and pull in the same direction, regardless of our divergent viewpoints"

President Akufo-Addo said he was confident that Ghana is on the right path.

He sort for the support from Ghanaians so to continue the transformation of Ghana in peace.

Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith



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