The National Coordinating Council of US Peace Corps in Ghana has expressed satisfaction about the work of the Upper West Regional Police Command to bring an end to the attack case involving two of its volunteers.
Speaking to Citi News
, the National Coordinator of the US Peace Corps in Ghana, Mike Koffman, said the council is completing its internal security processes to decide on when to return to the Upper West Region.
Koffman stated, “a few weeks back, we had a very productive meeting in Wa with 19 opinion leaders from the Regional Minister, Chief of Police and many of the chiefs in the area.
That was the first step in our security assessment.”
He added, “we are going through our processes and when the process is done we’ll make a decision as to how many people to send back there.
We’ve had a long standing relationship with the people of Wa and we look forward to going back as soon as possible.”
Koffman gave the assurance that a decision could be reached by the end of this month.