The Ghana Police Service has rendered an apology to the media houses over the events that transpired in court during the arraignment of the head pastor of Glorious World Ministries International, Owusu Bempah, and three others yesterday, September 13. People believed to be members of the Glorious World Ministries International reportedly attacked and prevented some Journalists from doing their work at the premises of the Accra Circuit Court.
According to a letter signed by Kwesi Ofori, Assistant Commissioner of Ghana Police Service, the Police Service is scrutinizing the evidence available to identify and bring those who are found culpable to book. "A team is currently studying the footage of the alleged assault of some Journalists to identify the alleged perpetrators for immediate prosecution" part of the letter reads.
The Police Service has also assured the Journalists of maximum protection and freedom to do their work in subsequent coverage of the case. This is a very good move by the Police Service since it goes a long way to enhance the public relations of the service. The acting Inspector-General of Police has brought lots of changes to the activities of the service and Ghanaians are now beginning to have more confidence in the ability of the police to discharge their duties.
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