Yesterday, she was trending on social media due to her comments on Abena Korkor’s situation, where she said, she is disappointed in Tv3 for taking advantage of her.
This morning, she has posted a video on her Instagram page, where she lamented about the behaviour of some Ghanaian police officers, who are always looking for ways to make money from drivers.
She said in her video that yesterday, she went with a jobless guy to buy him a motorcycle for him to work with at Kaneshie. After she finished buying it, a drunk policeman from nowhere came and arrested the guy and took him to the police cells. And he used the motorcycle the whole day all because he wasn’t having money to bribe him.
And when the police found out that she is the owner of the motorcycle, they are now begging her not to take any legal actions. She then concluded that the police should stop using their uniform for intimidation and bribery.
What do you think of Afia’s claims? Have you been stopped by the police because they want money from you before? Share your experiences with us in the comments section below.
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