Preserve your $exual energies for 2020 polls---Security Personnel told

Preserve your $exual energies for 2020 polls—Security Personnel told

Preserve your $exual energies for 2020 polls—Security Personnel told

Security personnel in the country have been urged to exercise restraint on means they waste their energies to satisfy women on bed.

According to the Accra Regional District Chief Police Commander, DCOP Afful Boakye-Yiadom the personnel needed energy to fight any occurrence during the 2020 general elections, hence the advice.

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Addressing the personnel in one of their daily route march, DCOP Boakye-Yiadom indicated that the polls was around the corner and the security personnel could not afford to lose guard .

He noted that the nation rely on the personnel for protection and advised them  to prepare well in order to uphold the peace of the country during the December 7, polls.

DCOP Boakye-Yiadom therefore appealed to the personnel to reduce their $exual rounds and personal pleasure to preserve energy for the elections.

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“Control yourself, we all need the energy to work during the election. I therefore, advise all of you to eat well, reduce your sexual rounds for you to get the energy to work well before, during and after 2020 elections,” he said.

As part of the route march organised by the Ghana Police service to assure the public of its readiness ahead of the upcoming polls they also trained the police personnel on the need to eat healthy diet.

DCOP Boakye-Yiadom assured that the service had not left any stone unturned and would work to protect Ghanaians to conduct peaceful elections.

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He explained that elections were conducted for people to exercise their franchise and not to engage in war.

DCOP Boakye-Yiadom urged the public to maintain the peace and also be each other’s keeper during and after the elections.


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