Ever since COP Dampare assumed office as Inspector General of Police, praises in all forms have been showered on the Ghana Police Service. This is because, the gross misconduct of Police has been reduced drastically. This development is a great news to Ghana.
However, some four policemen decided to being down the hard earned image of Dampare's administration. These four policemen assaulted some person's in Tamale today, Tuesday, September 21 2021.
According to the release on the official Facebook page of the Ghana Police Service, these four policemen were assigned to assist the Volta River Authority (VRA) and NEDCO to arrest individuals who were involved in illegal power connections. However, they chose to resort to the use of assort instead of peaceful resolution.
The police assured Ghanaians that these men will face a Service Enquiry and as such, face any punishment that they deserve. The police service went ahead to apologize to all affected individuals.
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