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Kennedy Agyapong Exposes Top Police Officers Behind Armed Robberies and Murder of Other Officers

Kennedy Agyapong‘s television station, Net 2 TV, has run an exposé on top police officers in the Ghana Police Service who are in the pockets of armed robbers.

According to Kwaku Annan of ‘The Seat’ program, these oficers are on the payroll of armed robbers and allow them to do whatever they want without arresting them.

He claims the rot goes very high in the police service and called on the Inspector General of Police (IGP), George Akuffo Dampare, to come personally for them to help him because they cannot trust his men.

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Speaking in an animated segment on the show, Kweku Annan mentioned the names of top armed robbers in the country who are allowed to roam scot free by police.

According to him, these Nigerian armed robbers have come to Ghana and taken over because they have a free reign here.

Annan alleged that some top police officers are on the armed robbers payroll and receive as much as Ghc 10,000 every month from them.

In exchange for the cash, the police allow them to go about with their robberies in peace, Annan alleged.

He revealed the relationship between the police and armed is so deep that the armed robbers are even allowed to fund the building of police stations in some areas.

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The unbelievable exposé comes at a time when the story of crime in the police service has captured the public interest.

Recently, some police officers were arrested for being the mastermind behind some of the bullion van robberies we hear about.

The rot goes deep, to the very top of the service, Annan alleges in the video.

Watch it below…

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com



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