Ghana Police are really doing their best in order to maintain peace and other. In fact, in recent times the police service in Ghana have been on its toes by ensuring there is sanity in the society. Their way of dressing has also improved. As we are talking about the dressing of our lovely constables, there have been a picture which is trending on social media which has got everyone almost reacting to it.
Just recently, a a picture of a police man who was seen well dressed with all the necessary protective weapons available surfaced online. One could notice, the police had a hammer and a tea spoon as part of his weapons for protection.
See picture below;
This in fact caused a lot of reactions from most Ghanaians. Many alleged the spoon was for eating "gari soakings" and other foods.
We thought this viral picture which became a talk of the town has stopped trending only to see it resurfaced today on the page of Kwame Asare-Obeng who is popularly known as Aplus.
The reactions from his followers on this particular picture is very stimulating.
See pictures of some reactions from his followers;
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