A political lecturer at the University of Ghana, Professor Ransford Gyampo has shared his thought on the police warning shot that ended the life of one of the protesters at Nkoranza. He describes such action as an embarrassment to the inspector General Of Police. He also quizzed if that is the proper way to fire a warning shot.
In a post shared on his official Facebook page on Thursday, 19th May 2022, Prof Gyampo wrote;
"Nkoranza- Is that how to fire warning shots? This is a monumental embarrassment to the IGP. We must blame some of these police unprofessional conduct on partisan PROTOCOL RECRUITMENT that selects unqualified monsters as Officers".
The comments of Prof Gyampo comes as a background to the ongoing Nkoranza saga in which a protestor was shot dead by the police.
The protesters were demanding justice for to the death of Albert Donkor in Nkoranza. Albert is said to has been taken from his home by the police as a robbery suspect and later reported to have died.
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