Military Brutalities: Soldiers Storming Ashaiman Is Total Disrespect to Ghana Police – PPP Chairman | Social



The Nationwide Chairman of the Progressive Individuals’s Social gathering (PPP), Nana Ofori Owusu has fired missiles on the Ghana Armed Forces over the troopers’ invasion of Ashaiman relating to the dying of a younger soldier,  Imoro Sherrif.

Imoro Sherrif was brutally killed locally on his approach house after searching for permission from his authorities.

The dying of the younger trooper precipitated a bunch of troopers to raid the Ashaiman neighborhood, beating the residents pitilessly.

Tackling the difficulty on Peace FM’s ‘Kokrokoo’ programme Monday morning, Nana Ofori Owusu questioned the constitutional proper of the Army to enter Ashaiman and inflict ache on the residents.

“The Army has no proper to invade communities and take the legislation into their arms . . . we can not condone this single act. It is simply not potential. That the unlucky lack of life, any lack of life has gone towards the State however the Millitary can not circumvent the constructions we’ve got as a society as a result of in the event you do this, you might be eroding the boldness in our safety system by way of the Police and the work we’ve got to do on this nation. Prepare for exterior aggression is totally different from inner investigation and apprehension of culprits in our society. We want legislation and order. We want self-discipline and we want the self-discipline from the Army,” he acknowledged.

To him, “They need to have gone via the Police. They need to have held emergency conferences with the Police for the Police to show them the constructions and processes to comply with to be sure that the individuals who dedicated this heinous crime by stabbing and killing the gentleman are delivered to e-book…”

Nana Ofori Owusu concluded that the troopers’ operation is a whole disrespect to the Ghana Police Service.

“They have to act throughout the realms of the structure and respect different establishments of State as a result of, to me, it’s a disrespect towards the Police,” he mentioned.

Supply: Ameyaw Adu Gyamfi/



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