Ghana police, a criminal organization with a few good men – A Plus writes

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The ever fearless Kwame Asare Obeng, aka A-Plus, has slammed the Ghana Police which has been hit by corruptible tendencies lately following the stinking bullion van robbery saga involving a network of police officers.

In a straightforward post he shared which fitted well into the scope of Ghanaians, the former musician cum anti-corruption campaigner said only a few people in the police service are good men.

He wrote:

“Police are attacking bullion vans – robbing them and killing colleague officers in the act so police decided to protect bullion vans with a police escort 😂😂😂😂 Ghana Police, a criminal organization with a few good men ☹️ Well done police 🙃”

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See reactions his post generated:

Akua Yeboah – It seems the IGP and the entire police went mute after arresting , killing n covering up of their own . A beg what happened to the case or the grand conspiracy n covering up nti it has been thrown somewhere??? Im glad some of the banks re now using military force to escort their bullion vans not police bcos eeeeeeiiiiiiiii .

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Fuseini Yussif – These black uniform guys are much involved in our high way and home robberies too. The criminality in them is growing “beyond aid”.

NiagiahBu Jnr – And turn round harassing innocent Okada riders that are trying to survive in this hardship country called Ghana.

Kwao Akon – I just passed by one barrier and the officer was like, I’ll park you o, and so I asked what’s it driver? and he said he needs 2 cedis.. shaking my head!

Boadi Kwame Nyansaboakwa Martinson – A criminal organization but you call them to give you protection when the need arises. We should be careful with our choice of words

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