The Oti Regional Office of the National Commission for Civic Education has encouraged personnels of the Ghana National Fire Service to continue discharging their duties with professionalism.
According to the Deputy Oti Regional Director Mr. Gagakuma Setriakor of the Commission, professionalism on the part of officers goes a long way to determine the quality of democracy enjoyed by citizens.
Mr. Gagakuma made these statements when the Regional Directorate of the Commission during its Constitutional week celebration engaged officers of the Ghana National Fire Service on May 12, 2023 in Dambai on the theme 30 years of Consolidating Constitutional Democracy; Building National Cohesion through Civic Education and Local Participation in Local Governance; the Role of Security Agencies.
Mr. Gagakuma mentioned that the 1992 constitution has survived to be the longest republic because of the active contributions of various stakeholders of which he identified the Ghana National Fire Service as one. He continued to say for the fourth republic to continue, the stakeholders have to continue playing their constitutionally assigned roles for which he called on the Service to perform theirs professionally.
The Oti Regional Commander, ASFO Billy Anaglate on his part promised that Officers in the region would continue to perform their duties with professionalism.
He called on the Commission to collaborate with the Service to educate citizens on Fire safety.