The Ghana Police service are very critical on their work and they will make sure every single truth about a particular case is out for Ghanaians to trust their credibility. The confusion which occured at Nkoranza in the Bono East Region over the death of Albert Donkor, is currently witnessing some calmness as IGP Dr Akuffo Dampare and his hard Working Executives visited Nkoranza.
They Will Continue To Kill Us Like Sheep Because Nothing Happens To Them When They Do- Oliver Barker
Oliver Barker-Vormawor, a fix the country Conveynor has asserted that, the police will continue to kill us like sheep because nothing happens to them when they do. In a post shared on his official Facebook page on Wednesday, 25th May 2022, he wrote; These are the Police Officers, the Ghana police service deployed to come and stop our donation to the Ashaiman jail.
The Inspector-General of Police (IGP), George Akufo Dampare is in Nkoranza in the Bono East Region with the aim of but not limited to, restoring the residents’ confidence and trust in the police after the death of one Albert Donkor at the hand of the police and a subsequent clash between some residents and the police in the area.
According to police officer who was spotted a viral video, the police service do not take bribe as many people mostly allege. From the video which has taken trend saw the police officer who was sitting at a front seat telling a driver to move his car to a police station.
Another police officer who was directing traffic has been caught by a secret camera while on duty. It is very sad to see what the police man did to a sick man who was crossing the road. Police officers must protect life's of People, but when the opposite is what we are seeing, then what can we say about the police service.
The Police Administration has been told to act quickly to interdict police officers mentioned in the reported execution-style killing of a man they had arrested in the Nkoranza Municipality over his alleged involvement in a robbery attack on the Nkoranza-Kintampo road. Albert Donkor, is said to have been picked up by heavily armed police officers numbering about eight from his mother’s property at Kasadjan in the Nkoranza South Municipality, taken to the bush, shot dead, his body dumped in the bucket of a police pick-up vehicle and carried to Accra.
Ghanaians can testify that, Dr Akuffo Dampare the New Inspector General Of Ghana Police service has changed the police service completely with his hard work and dedication. We can talk about how armed robbers cannot operate as they use to do. This is a clear indication that, Dampare is working as the Inspector General of Ghana Police Service.
Nkoranza is a town located in the Bono East Region of Ghana. Nkoranza is still in the news as far as the recent uproar or confusion between the residence and the police is concern. The youth and members of the town are demanding for justice as far as the death of Albert Donkor is concern.
Ghanaians have witness some chaos which occured at Nkoranza in the Bono East Region of Ghana. The uproar started after the youth in Nkoranza community boldly stormed the police headquarters at Nkoranza to demand justice over the death of their colleague by name Albert Akwesi who died at the age of 28. It was alleged that, police officers tagged Albert Akwasi as an armed robber and he died mysteriously at the police cells. In fact, it was very terrible to see what the youth of Nkoranza were doing on the main
The Deputy National Communications Officer for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) reacts to the recent issues that have popped up in the economy whiles there are police. According to the Deputy National Communications Officer, a person will believe the police at his or her own risk because believing the Ghana Police Service will cause your death.
The Ghana Police Service has sent a stern warning to suspects who escaped from legal custody in Nkoranza to surrender themselves inn or they will be pursued by the Police Service. The suspects escaped from Police custody after angry youth in Nkoranza stormed the Police Station and freed them after some distance between the Police and the Youth over the death of a young man.
The police have launched a massive manhunt to re-capture six criminal suspects, who broke jail after a mob attacked the Police Divisional Headquarters in Nkoranza, where they were being held. The suspects took advantage of the confusion created during the violent attack to flee. The youth of the Nkoranza, upset and seething with rage over the extrajudicial killing of one of their own, 27-year Albert Donkor, by the police after they had arrested him in his mother’s property for his alleged involvement in a robbery attack on the Nkoranza-Kintampo road, took matters into their own hands and clashed violently with the police.
Professor Kwesi Aning, Director of the Faculty of Academic Affairs and Research, Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre, says the police are becoming too trigger happy, a situation he cast as deeply troubling and must not be allowed to continue. He said the rate at which police officers have been bullying, visiting violence and using unreasonable force against the unarmed civilian population, culminating in deaths and injuries, was sickening and should be a worry to everybody.
The Inspector General of Police, (IGP) George Akufo Dampare has been trending on social media for a while now following the killing of a boy at Nkoranza which is alleged to be that of A Police officer who intentionally committed the crime, they picked up the boy in an unregistered vehicle claiming he is arm robber and was to be taken to the police station for investigations and questioning.
Following growing tensions in the neighborhood between some enraged youth and the police, the security presence in Nkoranza has been enhanced. As of Wednesday morning, the entire vicinity had been flooded with police and military men who are ready to prevent any mayhem. In an interview with Paa Kwesi Schandorf on Wednesday, he stated that, following a youth demonstration on Tuesday, the community's traditional leaders engaged the enraged youth to help calm the situation, resulting in an accord. Despite the youth's
Two Tigers Found In A Residential Facility In Accra To Be Relocated To Appropriate Facility - Police
The Regional Public Affairs Unit of the Ghana Police Service has released a press statement on two tigers found in a residential facility in Accra. The Accra Regional Police Command on May 19, 2022, received a complaint about tigers being kept in a residential neighborhood in Accra.
The Techiman Circuit Court has remanded into police care, four people over their supposed contribution in the revolting at the Nkoranza Police Station. They have been hit with nine charges including unlawful showing, unlawful breaking into the police cells, obliteration of vehicles and a TV at a police headquarters.
Effective community policing best for crowd control; not always the use of live bullets – Rtd Police
Successful Community Policing is one of the significant courses in de-heightening furious group in Ghana, a Retired Police official, Peter Lanchene Toobu, has said. Local area policing is a way of thinking that advances authoritative methodologies that help the methodical utilization of associations and critical thinking strategies to proactively address the prompt circumstances that bring about open security issues like wrongdoing, social turmoil, and feeling of dread toward wrongdoing.
Local media said Wednesday that one person was confirmed dead and nine others were injured in a conflict between youth and police in Nkoranza, a hamlet in central Ghana's Bono East Region. Three of the injured were in critical condition, according to John Bremini, Administrator of St Theresa's Catholic Hospital.
The Trede Police have arrested two young men for allegedly stealing electrical cables, metre boards and a taxi driver's GH¢50 in Nkoranza in the Atwima Kwanwoma District of the Ashanti Region. The two; Emmanuel Amoateng, 30 and Wahab Razak, 19 were arrested after breaking into a house in Nkoranza and cutting the electrical cables including metre boards connecting electricity to the house.