An investigative journalist and editor in chief for the fourth Estate media, Manasseh Azure Awuni has sends another bold message to Ghana police Service, NIB and National Security Ministry. Manasseh Azure Awuni has told the three security agencies that they should deal with reports of missing persons which is on the rise in the country
Ghanaians reacting to his post told Manasseh Azure Awuni that if nothing is done against persons missing in the country, it will continue to rise.
"It will continue to rise as long as we have allowed hoodlums, scammers space on our tv without any censorship and nobody is talking about that. Isn't it scary that Occultists, Ritualists are allowed to show anything on TV?" Someone asked Manasseh Azure Awuni.
"The security situation in ghana is worsening day by day under this supper incompetent Nana Addo and his family and friends government. And this happening because he failed to put the right people who have the knowledge and skills on how to fight crime, and the likes in security sector to deal with the situation head on but rather appointment persons who will sacrum to pressures from his government and the party foot solders" another Ghanaian reacted.
Someone stated that "we live in a country that a person we all saw human parts in his fridge is still alive and is refusing to talk in court. And you think the police can do anything to this. We live in a country that a chunk of the people have resorted to occultism because the government of the day didn't give them hope. Ridee it's you the citizen who got to protect yourself oooh".
"In written and oral history, we heard of human sacrifices during the burial rites of certain chiefs. Can the NIB and CID look at that direction too. And also the fetish Priests and some prophets on tv should be monitored" another Ghanaian appeals to the three security agencies mentioned by Manasseh Azure Awuni.
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