'Broken homes contributing to crime; fathers must be more responsible'
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'Broken homes contributing to crime; fathers must be more responsible'


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The Inspector-General of Police, James Oppong Boanuh, says irresponsible parenting, particularly by fathers, has contributed to the crime rate in the country as some children without fatherly care and guidance become deviants.

According to the IGP, children who end up as victims of broken homes often do not get the requisite upbringing especially from their fathers, hence their engagement in social vices.

The IGP, in a speech read for him by the Technical Director of the Ghana Police Service, COP Samuel Monney, at the Wilmar Africa Father's Day Awards Night and Dinner, advised fathers not to shirk their responsibilities.


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