According to Angel TV's Kwadwo Dickson, effort by a hardworking Police officer to maintain law and order in Accra central turned dramatic as he received severe Beatings from some suspected tricksters.
With the facts given to the media from Accra Central, some tricksters who paraded as phone sellers had successfully sold a fake iPhone to an innocent street phone buyer.
When the buyer realised that the phone was fake, he staged a scene which attracted many people. That was in his bid to get his money back from the fraudster.
The Policeman and his colleague were on duty when they chanced on the unfortunate scene. In attempt to bring sanity into the matter, the confident fraudsters who are hardened surrounded the Police man and assaulted him physically.
Luckily for him, a colleague called for reinforcement from the Circle Police station to his rescue. It's time we get to know that the Police is our friend and protector.
The attitude of the fraudsters should be investigated with perpetrators brought to book.
Watch the unfortunate scene as presented by Angel TV below
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