The Easter long weekend starts tomorrow and will end on Monday, April 22nd.
Whilst wishing residents a safe Easter weekend, on behalf of his 800-plus personnel, Perou N’Dranou called on city residents to focus on the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus.
“It’s not a time for you to go partying,” he said.
“This is where we need to be mindful of the purpose of Easter. So let’s take this opportunity to come together, attend church and remember the death of Christ.
“Let’s behave, likewise, and I urge every one of you to continue to be good, responsible residents.
“And let’s continue to respect one another,” he said.