There is a video trending on social media, an angry man in the video is seen lambasting policemen who allegedly wanted to take a bribe of Ghc2 from him and other drivers on the road.
The location where the video was captured is still unknown but the angry man occupied the front seat while other passengers occupied the back seat of the vehicle.
The man who was furious said:
“…one day I will arrest you people. One day when I’m angry and I’m driving and I see these things, I will just put you in my car and I will arrest you. When will you stop this nonsense; when? Ghana must change with you people [police]!”
The two policemen looking at how angry the man was, could be heard in the short video pleading for their unprofessional work ethic saying, “exercise patience”.
The angry man unsatisfied with dealing with them continued:
“If you catch me [and] I’m wrong take me to court, don’t be collecting 2 cedis. You have passed two cedis; take 10 cedis, 20 cedis [and] 50 cedis. What is two cedis for you people? You should change your attitude, change your attitude; police people change!
“Ghana will never move on if you people are collecting 2 cedis, 2 cedis and these foolish drivers will give it to you and be committing crime. Change [because] change has come.”
He then ordered his driver to drive on after dealing with them, “drive on, let’s go”!
Watch the video.