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Video: army officer in trouble after shooting at Nana Addo’s presidency officials in broad day light

An official of the president of the Republic of Ghana has been seen in a brawl with a military man with other officials being present after this man fired a gun illegally. When some security personnels or officers of the law are given certain privileges, they sometimes abuse them and this becames one of the most alarming issues. The reason is that these are persons requested by the state or by law to protect the people. As a result, any form of physical activities which does not execute its intended purpose or task but tend to harm an individual is illegal on all levels.

The presidency has some officials who work for the president and those officials are categorized based on the part they play or the shoes they fill for the president. One of these persons whose identity remained blare during this commotion has been assaulted by a military officer. The officer was seen in a video sending more threats to the young men working for the president even when he was at fault.

At a filling station today, a recorded video revealed that this army officer fired a warning shot into the skies which injured a man who happens to be the head of assets for the presidency. As to why the military man fired this shot, observers and witnesses remain confused. After a confrontation by the men who were assaulted by the army officer, he made some very threatening declarations and was still holding a pistol in his hands.

He was adamant and burning with rage even when he was confronted. The men recorded him in order to have a video evidence of all that was going on in order to avoid future denials. The officer has not been arrested yet even though the police are allegedly tailing him to bring him in for questioning and interrogation. The victim of the gunshot is currently receiving treatment with reports indicating that he is okay.

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