DSP Samuel K. Azugu has been transferred from the National Security Secretariat to the National Operation Headquarters of the Ghana Police Service. He was the Commander of the SWAT unit at the National Security Secretariat.
The CEO of Loud Silence Media, Kevin Ekow Baido Taylor, has responded to the transfer of DSP Azugu. According to him, DSP Samuel Azugu should have been fired from the Ghana Police Service instead of just transferring him from the National Security Secretariat.
Kevin Taylor made this statement on his 'With All Due respect' program on Loud Silence television yesterday, 29th May 2021, when he gave his opinion about the transfer of DSP Samuel Azugu.
According to him, the government is using DSP Azugu for their dirty works that is why he is still in police uniform.
"This man should be fired from the Police Service instead they moved him from the National Security to the Police Headquarters. If he didn't do anything wrong, why did you move him from there?" - he said
He added that this is not the first time DSP Samuel Azugu has gone Against the law to intimidate citizens so, he should have been shown the exit door instead of just transferring him to the Police Headquarters.
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