Political activist, kwame A-Plus has alleged that police officers have not been given police uniforms, boots and other essential crime fighting equipment for some years now.
According to A-Plus on Tuesday, 25th May, 2021, he is alleging that the security officers are using their own pocket money to purchase their uniforms, boots and other essential equipment to defend the nation since 2014 which is bad.
He stated that Ghanaians should have pity on them if they asked them something they can provide, they should help out for it's not easy for them but they loved their country and they're not beggars.
"Police have not been given uniforms, boots and other essential crime fighting and personal protection equipments since 2014. Everything you see them wearing is from their own pockets.
They are not beggars. It is the system that has made them so. When you meet them, please be kind and find "something" for them. If not, soon they will have to wear jalabia to work" he said to alleged on his facebook wall.
After A-Plus made the allegations known Ghanaians have reacted to his post.
Someone said that: They are fighting for the government of the day. When we decide to demonstrate for things to be fixed for everyone including them, what do they do? They prevent us by going for a court restraining order. They should even endure difficulties than us the civilians so they can understand.
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