NDC Manifesto Launch Police go hi-tech at NDC manifesto launch

Drones have currently been adopted by security agencies, research and rescue, surveillance, traffic monitoring, weather monitoring, firefighting and other purposes.

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Most Ghanaians complain that the Ghana Police Service do not use technological items for their operations.

Well, this time, around at the NDC manifesto launch the Police Service is using drones to monitor activities at the event.

According to the police, this development will make them more effective as they will be able to detect any anomaly better.

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The Ghana Grid Company Limited (GridCo) earlier this year donated the drones to support the work of the service.

The drone, worth between $10,000 - $20,000, is expected to improve police monitoring operations from the sky.

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Drones have currently been adopted by security agencies, research and rescue, surveillance, traffic monitoring, weather monitoring, firefighting and other purposes.

The governing NDC is launching its manifesto today at the Coronation Park in Sunyani. The Brong Ahafo regional chairman of the party Opoku Atuahene says the with the introduction of the drones he believes there will be 'maximum security.'

President John Mahama, the NDC flagbearer, on Tuesday, September 13, presented the party's manifesto for election to the diplomatic community and party bigwigs ahead of today's launch.

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