Don’t Panic Over Kidnappings …Police Assures Indians in K’si
THE INDIAN community in Kumasi, the Ashanti Regional capital, have been urged not to panic over kidnapping scare in the city lately.
The Ashanti Regional Police Command, led by DCOP Kwasi Mensah Duku, insisted that the police are firmly in control of the security in Kumasi.
The assurance from the police comes after an Indian businessman in Kumasi was kidnapped, which sparked tension among the Indian community recently.
The kidnappers initially demanded a colossal amount of money before they would release the victim. But they eventually released him without taking money.
No arrest has been made so far in connection with the recent kidnapping as the victim was dumped in the outskirts of Kumasi by the kidnappers.
During a meeting with the Indian Community of Kumasi, DCOP Kwasi Duku urged the Indians in the city to go about their normal duties without fear.
He described the recent kidnapping of the Indian businessman as an isolated case, stressing that the police are firmly in control of security in the region.
The police capo also admonished the Indians to quickly inform the police anytime they spot anything that poses security threat to them and the public.
DCOP Kwasi Duku also advised the Indians not to engage in acts that would draw the anger of the public towards them so that they can enjoy their peace.
The Indian community, who were about 400 in number, unanimously thanked the Ashanti Regional Police Command for always exhibiting professional standards.