Youth in the Ashanti have been advised not to allow themselves to be used as puppets by politicians to foment troubles in the region.
They have also been cautioned to stay away from acts that can gain them a reputation of being labelled as trouble makers in December presidential and parliamentary elections.
Commissioner of police (COP)kwasi Mensah Duku ,the Ashanti Regional police commander gave the advice at the passing out ceremony of police recruits in Kumasi ,the Ashanti Regional capital on Friday, November 27.
COP mensah Duku ,also appealed to political leaders not to insulate and cocoon bandits with party identity to foment troubles as the police is ready to unmask and strip any mobster or fugitive off his or her political coloration to answer very crimes they may commit without fear and favour .
One hundred and sixty (169) police recruits including 99 and 69 females and Male respectively passed out after going their six month intensive training at the Regional police training in Kumasi
They were taken through police ethics and liberal subject, public order management, drill, physical training and weapon handling.
The Director-General of the motor Traffic and Transport directorate ,(MTTD),of the Ghana police service, COP Christian Tetteh Yohuno,appealed to the recruit constables to remain neutral, impartial, and avoid all form of negative practices in order to sustain the peace Ghana is enjoying.
He advised them to exercise professionalism in the performance of duties.
Four (4) recruit constables were awarded for their Sterling performance during the training, They are General Recruit(G/R)Addo Samuel ohene as the overall best recruit and best in academics, G/R Augustina Asenso,best in drill, G/R Ben Agyei, best in physical training and G/R owusu Gideon ,best in musketry.
Story by :Simon opoku Afriyie.