A video of a student fighting with a police officer has got many people talking on social media. It is believed that demolition is taking place in some parts of Accra.
The ideal college ideal legon branch is been demolished but it seems some of the students do not understand why their building has been destroyed. This made a student angry as he decided to fight the police officers for destroying their school building.
In the video, you can see how the student is fighting the police officer seriously. This has got many Ghanaians talking on social media. According to some social media users, the students are not supposed to fight police officers. He continued by saying the school authorities must do so but not the students.
Check out what people are saying on social media.
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