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Police are having a hell of a time convincing Ghanaians on no ‘demo’ caveat-Baako

The Managing Editor of New Crusading Guide has prevailed on the headquarters management team of the Ghana Police Service to find more innovative ways to convince Ghanaians on the decision not to allow a demonstration as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic.

Mr Kweku Baako gave this admonition to the police service managers in the wake of the military killings at Ejura in the Ashanti Region over the murder of an activist of the ‘Fix the Country Campaign’ speaking on the Kokoroko morning discussion show on Accra-based Peace FM.

According to him, he is much worried about the selectivity being experienced on the part of the police administration.

'Allowing some people to have a free day and preventing others from having the same opportunity will become a hell of a time for the leadership of the police administration, he said.

He explained that for some members of the public to be allowed to congregate by way of funerals, football among others in the wake of the pandemic is fast giving the police administration a hell of a time.

He appealed to the police administration to find more proactive ways of telling people not to congregate because from the look of things the Coronavirus pandemic is still going to be around for the next two years to come.

He said the selectivity being seen by Ghanaians in the management of the Covid-19 situation and the caveat for people not to congregate is not helping the police administration in the country.

The more some people are allowed to congregate and others prevented is fast angering some members of the public.

Am also culpable when I organized the funeral of my late mother in the wake of the police caveat on the social gathering, he admitted.

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