The Ghana Police Service has its code of dressing. This helps civilians to know the difference between a real policeman and someone who impersonating to be a policeman or woman. Looking at the policeman beside the gentleman below, he has a kind of hairstyle that is not known to Ghanaians as a hairstyle accepted by the Ghana Police Service.
The Policeman also has some kind of beard that seems to appear strange to Ghanaians because they know that the Ghana Police Service does not allow this kind of appearance in their service. Even the shoes he is wearing is not the prescribed footwear accepted by the Ghana Police Service.
Some Ghanaians have accused President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and his New Patriotic Party (NPP) administration of recruiting party faithful into the securities service. They argued that this is some of the reasons why there is a lot of indiscipline in the current security service.
Others said that the Policeman above might be one of the NPP faithful recruited into the service to do a dirty job for the government. They cited an example of how some policemen at the National Security Headquarters maltreated and beat Citi TV journalist, Caleb Kudah.
Some Ghanaians said that these days, there is the need to be careful with the Ghana Police Service because some of their men in uniforms cannot be trusted to be real policemen.
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