Bishop Adonteng Boateng express desire to work on facelifting Ghana Police Service if given the chance.
Founder of Divine Word International Ministries and Divine Prayer line, in Springfield Virginia in the United of America Bishop Adonteng Boateng has expressed his heartfelt desire to strongly collaborate with the Ghana Police service to give a facelift to the service.
He says the collaboration with the Police Service if given the nod, would give police officers the opportunity to be trained in the United States of America yearly.
Bishop Adonteng Boateng in 2018 introduced the Faithful Servants Awards in Virginia in collaboration with the respective police forces to recognize the great work of the Police in the community.
“I have a lot of ideas and work with the Police. Once a year, I meet various heads of Police in America to award them. If the Ghana Police will allow me to open up and engage them and talk,” he said.
The Bishop explained further that he’s not a politician, but a man of God. He expressed his big dreams for the Ghana Police, with a sincere wish to work with the little God has endowed him with. He envisioned that Ghana police officers “who have distinguished themselves, about 50-100 companies should sponsor them to the US.”
Police officers that uphold the integrity of the service and resist bribes should be nominated each year and possibly given some training abroad he recommends.
Continuing, he expressed that the Ghana Police Service needs to be strengthened to ensure the safety of citizens in the country as well as foreigners that visit the country.
”A country like Jamaica does not have gold, diamond, oil such as Ghana has, what they can boost of is tourism. They allow foreigners from all parts of the world visit their country. They are living well because of tourism but the crime rate is low, they use the police and military to ensure the safety of tourist.”
He also noted the work of the country’s IGP has channelled towards improvement, if he could receive necessary support from all quarters. Because only that will strengthen the police force in the country.
Bishop Adonteng Boateng then appealed to the government to continue to invest in improving roads and hospital facilities in the country, noting that a lot more revenue could be generated from boosting the tourism sector.
Written by Mavis Okyere | Edited by Arakunrin Lekan
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