11th January, 2017
| Updated Nov 23, 2017 at 3:03pm
The Daily Graphic writing under the heading "Where is the Ghana Police Service", the Daily Graphic says the recent invasion and attacks on state installations by some members of the New Patriotic Party is rather unfortunate and uncalled for.
The paper says the equalisation business that has become part of our body politic is not good and it is about time men of goodwill raised their voices against it.
The Daily Graphic is of the view that, having practised multi-party democracy for more than 24 years, there should be little problem accommodating divergent opinions and people of different persuasions.
The paper says it was difficult to reach the top hierarchy of the Ghana Police Service when the misguided elements believed to be sympathizers of the NPP took over state assets last Monday.
It therefore calls on the Police Administration to stand up to be counted in critical times such as this.
The Ghanaian Times also decries the take over of some state institutions by supporters of the NPP.
The paper says that even though this has been the trend over the years, such negative activities must not be allowed to continue.
It commends the National Youth Organiser of the NPP, Sammy Awuku for condemning such acts and calling on the security agencies to bring the culprits to book.
The Times however stresses that the activities of the rampaging youth should remind the government about the urgent need to create jobs for the teeming youth of the country.