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23-Jul-2018  
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Communication team member of the opposition NDC has stated that the blame for the police officer’s assault in the banking hall of Midland Savings and Loans Bank should be laid at the feet of the president of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo.

Ghanaians are still deliberating on the viral video of a police officer, Fredrick Amanor assaulting Madam Patience Sarfo after she went to the Midland Savings and Loans to retrieve her own money deposited there.

Following the outcry, the police officer has been arrested and the donations have been pouring in for the victim, Madam Sarfo.

Reacting to the viral video on UTV, Sammy Gyamfi condemn the action of the police officer, he also called on the police to ensure he is sacked from the service. He also called on them to prosecute and jail the officer to serve as a warning.

Touching on the state of security in the country, Sammy Gyamfi revealed since President Akufo-Addo became president, there has been general break down of law and order.

Sammy Gyamfi claims the security officers are no more discipline and they do what they like because they know Akufo Addo and his appointees do not have the courage and moral right to condemn them.

To him, the recent ruthless shoot-to-kill proposal put forward by a leading member of the ruling government as antidote to ending the galamsey menace which had brought a lot of destruction to the environment, particularly water bodies, is the bane of most atrocities by the police.


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