Lawyer Sammy Gyamfi speaks about the security issues in Ghana on UTV. The topic for discuss was robbery cases involving security personnels. This topic was in relation to the current bullion Van robbery of which two police officers were arrested and later killed.
Sammy Gyamfi is of the view that, no one should complain about what is happening, rather we need to blame the current NPP Government headed by His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo and His Excellency Dr Mahamadu Bawumia for recruiting party boys into the security services.
"I want to make a point that, Pablo (the police officer who was arrested and later killed was recruited in 2018 when NPP is in power). The Government have recruited selected people without the knowledge of most Ghanaians. Majority of those security officers are NPP party boys who do not have good morals to work in that profession. They turn out to become armed robbers as we are seeing today. So we must blame NPP Government for recruiting the wrong people". - Sammy Gyamfi stated.
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