The security officers are expected to take maintain law and order in the country. Despite belonging to different operations of work, they are expected to work in harmony and not to see other security personnel's as a threat to work. Onua TV which is one of the reliable news sources in Ghana has finally confirmed another sad news which sad photos which depicts how a police officer was allegedly beaten by military officers in the central Region of Ghana..
According to the report from Onua TV, the police officer by name Evans Appawu Gyima was beaten because, he was at a check point where he blocked the road in other to enable an accident car to be towed from the road to ensure safety. Unfortunately, military officers driving a vehicle with the registration number 52GA69 reached the check point. The military officers did not understand why the police office should block the road because of a towing vehicle. There was an argument between the two parties and the military men overpowered the police man as they beat him severely.
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