-Abe Kromah Warns Lofa Citizens
Deputy Police Inspector General for Operations Abraham Kromah has called on citizens of Lofa County to say no to issue that has the propensity to undermine the peaceful conduct of the impending October’s polls.
Speaking in Lofa recently, Col. Kromah described the much anticipated elections as critical to the country’s emerging democracy and as such, it should serve as an agenda for every Liberian.
The deputy police IG further indicated that Liberians regardless of social, political and religious affiliation must work together in protecting the peace and security of the State.
Kromah is at the same time calling on Liberians to build explicit trust and confidence in the Liberia National Police ahead of the election.
He said the LNP will work to ensure the October poll is conducted under a peaceful atmospheric condition. “The Police will exercise high level of neutrality and professionalism during the electoral period. The LNP will do everything possible to ensure law and order is maintain,” he said.
Speaking recently in Voinjama,Lofa County when he addressed over five hundred citizens during an ongoing nationwide community engagement program. The inclusion of Kromah on the staff of the LNP leadership during the second term of the Sirleaf administration, record a strong place in the history of successful and decisive police leadership.
His decisive action against law breakers and criminals left the society safe and secured. Abe Kromah was reappointed by Madam Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and subsequently unanimously confirmed by the Liberian Senate, as Deputy Inspector General of Police responsible for operations.
Liberians are hopeful and in most cases optimistic, for a safe conduct of their general and presidential elections come 2017 as a result of the appointment of Abe Kromah in the LNP, headed by Gregory O.W. Coleman.