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Police crack whip on drug peddlers

DETERMINED: Ramakorwane

WATCH: Botswana Police Service (BPS) Acting Commissioner, Phemelo Ramakorwane has warned drug users and peddlers that his officers will be out to eradicate illicit drugs from the streets by end of the year.

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  1. emmanuel serepudi

    28/11/2022 at 00:27

    As a former Police officer, I always had a problem with internal crime that initially gets way though the border lines into the country.

    I repeatedly asked the credibility and accountability of those law enforcement agencies or personnel doing the main job of patrolling the border lines preventing crime to get into the country.

    Maybe someone or others don’t know how to perfectly execute the plan.

    U can’t let the weapons of war and drugs enter and think of fighting to eradicate them when there are so many of such within.

    Better crime prevention initiatives should be put in place .

    If the police and their counterparts fail to do crime prevention, trying to fight it will always be demanding and resources out stretched.

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