Weapons into Ghana:Aflao Police say they have increased patrols along the Ghana-Togo border to prevent smuggling of weapons to foment trouble during the elections.
The police say they have picked up intelligent reports pointing to movement of arms into the country ahead of the elections.
District Police Commander said police will intensify their patrol to deal with anybody seeking to foment trouble.
Chief Superintendent Emmanuel Odonkor told the public on Friday the Police are also working with political party leaders in order to maintain the peace in the area.
The police is coordinating now with personnel from the Ghana Immigration Service and officers from the Customs Division of Ghana Revenue Authority, to monitor movements along the border.
District Commander said crime generally along the Aflao border has gone down considerably, he added.