Police officer in his uniform has been attacked by some group of phone dealers in Accra after the Police Officer intervened in a case so as to maintain peace and stability. The phone dealers at kwame Nkrumah Circle in Accra did not understand why the police officer would intervene in a case that does not concern him. The details of the issued was revealed by Kwado Dickson on Angel News this evening 17th October 2021 on Siso bio Show.
Kwadwo Dickson reveals that, the phone dealers sold a phone to one of the guys at Kwame Nkrumah Circle. But the guy later realised that he was given the wrong phone. This issue spark argument between the phone dealers and the young guy. Just at that moment, the police officer arrived at the scene. The police officer took the said phone from the buyer amd assured him that, the necessary investigations would be done.
The phone dealers did not agree with the police man and they demanded that, the police officer should hand over the phone to them without delay. The issue resulted to a long time argument and the mobile phone dealers started beating the police officer severely without mercy.
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