The controversial journalist Mr. Kweku Annan who works at Net 2 television station and host a program called "The Hot Seat" has finally say his mind to the Ghana Police after Kennedy Ohene Agyapong has been accused many times of the death of Ahmed Suale.
Kweku Annan speaking on net 2 said that the Ghana police have allowed many bad things to happen in this country and those people are walking freely but this time when Kennedy Agyapong comes back to Ghana, things will never be the same and wonders will happen.
The citizens the nation have suffered a lot under armed robbers, killers of innocent people and many more but it seems the police have relaxed fervently. There are some pastors the police must arrest them for their bad deeds but it's not that way. Ghanaians have been reporting fake pastors and fake mallams yet nothing has been done. Is this the country our forefathers fought with their strength and blood. Kweku Annan retaliated.
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