The new IGP Dampare is not relenting his guns at all as he is always seen on the move. He has brought out stringent rules and nice policies which is helping the police service. His disciplinarian lifestyle has also put a lot of Ghanaians on their toes because he does not joke with the law.
Recently, Samuel Adu Frimpong popularly known in the music industry as Medikal was arrested by police for brandishing gun on his social media account. Medikal was arraigned before the court where he was remanded for 5 Days at Ankaful Prisons in the Central Region.
After the arrest of Medikal because he showed a gun on social media, a lot of people have started showing videos and pictures of celebrities brandishing guns in them. The interesting thing is as they show those pictures they call on the IGP to arrest them.
Earlier today we have seen a picture of Asiedu Nketia trending on social media. In the picture he is seen holding a gun and it seems he was firing a warning shot in the skies.
See picture below;After this old picture of him holding a gun surfaced on social media. Netizens jokingly call on the arrest of the NDC's General Secretary.
Let's see some comments from people;
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