According to ACP Ofori, the Ghana Police Service is very much interested in the safety, and the protection of lives of every Ghanaian, and so the issues involving Shata Wale will be taken very serious.
Speaking in an exclusive interviews on Joy TV’s program ‘News Desk’, ACP Ofori said that, when the Ghana Police heard of the news on the Social media, “definitely we might get involved…and we got involved, and search operations began”.
He added that, the patrol team visited Shata Wale’ resident and any other place he might be, “we did not find him, and we did not reach him on phone or through his handlers (the team around him)”.
ACP Ofori added that, the force has tasked some police officers to locate him in other to hear his side of the story.
When asked by the program host Israel Laryea on how Shata Wale will be handled… “Will he be handled as a suspect or a complainant”, ACP Ofori said the police is still looking for him, “we do not know where he lives, we do know what is happening to him. That is why we are seriously into search exercise”.
According to him, the police needs to hear from him first; and it is after hearing from Shata Wale, that the police will be able to advise itself.
Mr. Ofori added that, new police leadership appreciates needs to improving policing in Ghana, and so will do everything possible to communicate with the people in Ghana, and to ensure transparency in everything they do.
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