As much known from the ghana police force from recent encounters on demonstration situations, a lot of Ghanaians have lost their trust in the police force as many Ghanaians believe they always used violence in solving problems.
But on the Arise Ghana Demonstration, a lot of Ghanaians have given the police a whole lot of respect for the service they delivered, Sam George as much known to be one of the controversial people in the country has gotten on the seat to clap for the Ghana police service on how protective they delivered their service.
They grew furious and furious until the attacks got more serious and led to several casualties. Sam George in a sarcastic post made a few minutes ago stated ‘let’s clap for the Ghana police because they were very professional today. A lot of Ghanaians expected the statement to mean the police failed to act professional but rather attacked demonstrators.
Others also claim that the lack of ammunition in the country is leading to all this, It seems the police department is in a haste to exhibit power and use their ammunition wherever and whenever there is a demonstration and that is because they barely use them. If this is the mindset, then it becomes dangerous for the safety of this country as well.
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