Nigerians are showering Ghana with praise and applauding the professionalism of the Ghana Police Service and the relative peace and safety in the country.
According to them, Ghana has carried itself about with decorum which is manifested in the way police officers treat civilians and the peace the citizens enjoy.
The words of admiration from a cross-section of Nigerians online comes on the civilian protests that have hit many parts of Nigeria, where citizens are demanding for an end to police brutality.
I have never felt safe in Nigeria, I am always scared of the cops because they are rude, uncouth, could kill you, extort money from you.
They are everything worse, the Police itself needs to be REFORMED, but for not ENDSARS
— 💙Adedoyin Debbie 💙Wurld Stan (@DoyinSoExtra) October 9, 2020
Many Nigerians believe they feel unsafe in their country and will like to relocate to Ghana. Many share their experiences about Ghana and wish to be citizens of the small West African country.
#EndSars is the hashtag Nigerians are using to express their displeasure at the high spate of impunity and intimidation meted out to citizens by the Special Anti-Robbery Squad of the Nigeria Police Service.
Read Some Views Of Nigerians On Ghana Below:
@MissSorinola wrote: Very true you can be out in gh as late as 3am and Still feel veey safe even as a lady.
@DoyinSoExtra wrote: Guyyyy, it meant so much. Nigeria Police would have extorted money from us, they would have lied against us at that time or threaten to shoot us and nothing will happen. They are evil
@EzinemPriase wrote: You hardly notice any police in ghana,they come out when necessary,they aren’t every where constituting nuisance and collecting bribe
@OriginalHarriet wrote: Even their military is amazingly calm and polite. Their uniform men are awesome and what beats me is how they so much respect their law protecting women. It’s a crime to touch a woman in ghana no matter what and every1 respects that. D world left 9ja behind oh
@FearlessRobot_ wrote: Ghana police will see you walking with your girlfriend at 2am and salute you. They will even tell you. ” Chairman, you do all.” Some will even tell you to use condom. Especially if they suspect you walking with a sex worker.
@Dbig_E wrote: I currently reside in Ghana, the level of safety here is unbelievable compared to Nigeria
@udohhach wrote: Was in Accra last year, saw a couple of people on airpods walking on lonely roads comfortably. Bro, I was speedwalking
@Opuruchieu wrote: I live in Ghana. Been here since 2005. I’ve never been harassed by the Ghana Police. Not once in over 15 years. I visit Nigeria and I can’t wait to leave. This is not what should be! To feel safer in another man’s country, than in mine, is a disgrace to the people governing us!
@Chrisdzzy wrote: In Ghana, you can relate with a police officer and he’ll listen with sense. You can be tired of your house at 2AM and decide to take a stroll and nobody will harass you. The safety in Ghana is everything we never had in Nigeria
@johnpenn007 wrote: Matter of fact, I did my BSc and MSc both in Ghana and yet Ghana feels like home than Nigeria because I feel 1000% safe in Ghana than my own country of birth… Charlie… Here is a question for y’all, what is the definition of home to you?
@christobalite wrote: Spent a year in Accra and I tell you, damn peaceful place to live in and yes I can corroborate that you can move around late in the night and no harassment from the police. They stop you politely, ask necessary questions and you’re on your way…
@AdexbabaD wrote: My dear since i relocated to Ghana in 2017 I have never seen police officers flaunt AK47, no harrassament. I’m a musician, when i return from events late night 1am I still say hi to Ghana police at check points and they are superbly well dressed. Oloshi ni Olopa naija.
@OshahonDZL wrote: I’ve said it on this app before, the first time I was in Ghana, the only reason I came back to Nigeria was because of work. If I’d fully developed skills for remote work as at then, nothing would have brought me back. Went for a 10 day course with office colleagues.
@Nsikan wrote: Yes oooo Ghana is so peaceful and safe.. I could get home by 2am and no one will harass you.. but naija.. eiii u re finished. I reside here in good fate..no issue at all…
@Kingiso wrote: No jokes, the first time I saw Ghana Police and they stopped us on our way back from a road trip, they actually were polite, both male & female cops. We were a group of young people from different races, blacks & whites. No pressures, no intimidation; cops just doing their jobs.