A few hours ago, a viral video surfaced online showing a child being physically abused by his father. If you watch the video carefully, you can see that the father was whipping the child with a long broom mercilessly. This is a child who might probably be between the ages of 2 and 5 years old and the way the father was beating him was very disheartening.
As a result, the Ghana Police Service has taken up this matter and has decided to reward any person that can assist rescue the little child with GH¢2,000.00. This is what Ghana Police Service posted on their official social media handle, "The Police have sighted a horrifying video on social media in which a male adult is seen subjecting an infant to severe beating under a tree.
Efforts are underway to track down the individual involved, have him arrested, and rescue the child. Ghana Police Service. Given the urgency associated with the matter, a reward of GH¢2,000.00 has been set aside for anyone who can provide credible information that could lead to the arrest of the individual and rescue of the child. Anyone with such information should contact the police on 0243809991".
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