Government bans smock wearing in Bawku

Another mandate from the Upper East Regional Coordinating Council has seen the boycott of wearing smocks in Bawku. This mandate comes after new aggravations happened nearby over the course of the end of the week.

In an assertion by the REGSEC, it said the request will assist with safeguarding harmony nearby.

Following the choice taken by REGSEC during the crisis meeting, the wearing of frock in Bawku Township has been restricted with quick impact. This was required by the way that hoodlums or deceitful components conceal arms and ammo in frocks and assault adversaries or blameless regular citizens, an assertion from the Council read.

Prior, the Ministry of Interior delivered an explanation which set a curfew nearby after certain discharges were terminated on Tuesday.

In a public statement, the Ministry demonstrated that the inconvenience has been because of uncertainty in the Municipality and in this way exhorted by the Upper East Regional Security Council.

Interior Minister, Ambrose Dery

Government approaches the Chiefs, Elders, Opinion Leaders, Youth and individuals of the space to practice limitation despite the difficulties facing them just as to utilize peaceful means to channel their energies into guaranteeing harmony, the Minister for Interior said.

The curfew produced results from 4:00pm to 6:00am Wednesday 24th November, 2021

Qwacy Blaqq

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