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A former National Security Coordinator, K.B. Quantson says there is no need to panic as the nation awaits the Supreme Court verdict.

He said Ghanaians have entrusted the Judiciary with a mandate he believes the Judges will carry out with distinction.

Speaking to Radio Ghana, Mr. Quantson was of the view that a lot has been said concerning the need to maintain peace, as education has also been carried out.

What is most important now is the strict enforcement of the law.

He said no one has a right to engage in violence therefore if people fall short, they must be dealt with drastically.

Meanwhile, the Police Administration has again echoed its preparedness to deal with any one who foments trouble after the Supreme Court verdict.

The Commanding Officer of the formed Unit of the Police Service, Chief Superintendent Naa Hamza Yakubu stated this on GTV's Current Affairs Programme Talking Point.

He said the police is working hard to maintain professional standards.

According to him, the Service is gettin
Source: GBC

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