Social media has once again been thrown into another confusion as photo of a police officer seriously doing surveillance on a dark monitor goes viral.
The photo was taken when the acting Inspector General of Police Dr George Akuffo Dampare visited some check points in the Greater Accra region yesterday.
Many social media users have reacted hilariously to the photo while others have also blamed the Ghana Police Service for such screen. However, one popular man Facebook user, Felix Ellie Nartey said it could be that the documents on display contains sensitive information hence they have to lower the brightness of the monitor before the photo was taken.
Another Facebook user Sawer John Amanor revealed that those are Dark windows. The screen is on but not visible to people easily. Others also think he was rather making call and not watching anything on the screen.
Whatever was happening there has sparked so much confusion on social media. This is the photo
Acting Inspector General of Police, Dr George Akuffo Dampare visited the check points in the Greater Accra accompanied by other Senior Officers from the National Headquarters and the Regional Command also accompanied the Ag. IGP.
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