According to him, they have failed to live up to their mandate although they have the backing of the president to crack the whip on any lawless group of individuals.
Speaking on Joy FM's Newsfile Saturday, he said they have failed to live up to their mandate although they have the backing of the president to crack the whip on any lawless group of individuals.
There was two separate upheaval this week by some youth who claimed to be members of the NPP in Sissala West in the Upper West Region and Karaga in the Northern Region.
In Sissala West, the youth reportedly stormed the District Assembly to demand the removal of the District Chief Executive (DCE).
While in the Karaga constituency, the DCE was chased out from his office.
Mr Awuku said the lukewarm attitude by state security towards crime committed by political activists was breaking the heart of the president.
He also suggested that the military should be deployed to assist the police in maintaining law and order.
“It’s about time that we also have to bring onboard the military…It’s about time that the security capos stop breaking the heart of the president,” he said.
“The police owe it as a sacred and mandatory duty to enforce the laws of our land without having to wait for the President’s order," he said.