Photos: Lady Begs Policeman Who Was Recently Awarded For His Integrity To Marry Her
A police officer by the name Constable Prince Fordjour was recently rewarded handsomely for his integrity and honest work as a police officer after he returned a sum of GHS 2000 mistakenly discharged by the ATM to the bank.
The Constable was awarded a sum of GHS 11,000 plus souvenirs by Stanbic Bank for his credibility as a police officer.
Prince Fordjour didn't only obtain gratitude from Stanbic Bank but that of the entire nation. Many social media users were full of praise for his act of service to the nation.
However, it appears that the gifts being thrown at the disposal of the Constable are not ending soon.
A lady with the name Egafa Naa Adoley Tay offered herself to be married by the police officer and her reason was more adorable.
"Is he married? I want my kids to have an honest and good man like him."
Insinuating that if the man is not married yet, she's available to be his wife.
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