The Police have commenced investigation right into a viral video wherein two Cops are seen fighting a member of the general public and assaulting him within the course of.
The sufferer has been contacted to help the investigation.
The matter is being dealt with by the Police Skilled Requirements Bureau and the officers concerned, Inspctor Prince Awuah and G/Cpl. John Ahiamata each with the Divisional MTTD Asankrangwa have been referred to the Bureau to be taken via the due technique of the legislation.
Policemen ‘assault’ man refusing arrest for allegedly possessing marijuana
Personnel of the Ghana Police Service had been caught on digicam assaulting a person allegedly possessing an unlawful substance suspected to be marijuana.
Based on broadcaster Serwaa Amihere, who shared a video of the incident on Twitter, it occurred at Asankragwa, a group within the Western North Area.
The viral video confirmed two officers of the Ghana Police Service beating up a person who was refusing arrest after being allegedly caught with marijuana in a tricycle.
The policemen had been forcing the person to enter a car, however he was resisting, which led to the police slapping and kicking him as they had been telling him to enter the automobile.
The person may very well be heard saying that the package deal was not for him because the police had been hitting him and forcing him into the automobile.
“It (the package deal) doesn’t belong to me. Officer the pack shouldn’t be mine. Officer let me name me director for you. Kindly let me name my director for you.
“It isn’t mine. Did you see me holding one thing? I used to be sitting in the back of the tricycle with some ladies. Why didn’t you arrest the driving force of the tricycle too,” he mentioned in Twi.
Bystanders might be heard urging the person to company with the police.
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