The Ghana Police Service has called on the public to exhibit the same level of cooperation with the security agents as they queue to file past the body of late President John Evans Atta Mills at the State House, in the second day of the funeral.
The mortal remains of the late president were on Wednesday laid in state for public viewing for three days; and will be viewed through to Friday, 10th August, 2012, when the funeral and burial services will be held at the Independence Square in Accra.
The Police administration expressed satisfaction with the conduct of the public, on the first day of the performance of the funeral for the fallen Ghanaian leader.
Director-General in charge of Administration COP Rose Bio Atinga in a statement on Thursday, assured members of the public of maximum security, during the remaining days for the funeral.
COP Bio Atinga however urged the public to “demonstrate their law-abiding and peace-loving nature, to ensure a successful funeral rites for the late President”.