IGP Drops Shocking Revelation On Hoodlums Involved In Ayawaso West Wuogon Brutalities; Warning to other political parties


The Inspector-General of Police(IGP) Mr. James Oppong-Bonuah’s revelations on the hoodlums involved in the Ayawaso West Wuogon is a wake-up call to other political parties to put in place measures to avoid a similar situation.

The IGP disclosed that from the sittings on the brutality suffered by some persons in the Ayawaso West Wuigon(AWW) Constituency ey-elections, hoodlums who meted out inhumane treatment to some voters did not belong to any security agency in the country.

“From our committee meetings, it turned out these people did not belong to any security agency,” he said in an interview on Accra-based Peace FM on Thursday, December 3, 2020.

Against that backdrop, the Ghana Police Service in collaboration with other Security Agencies in the country will deploy adequate personnel to the various polling stations across the country.

The IGP indicated that on the day of voting, there will not be the presence of officials of the National Security at the various polling station impressing on citizens to report if any such operative comes to the polling station.

To him, the work of the National Security Operative is not at a polling station and therefore if they will be at the Polling station, then they will be there to vote and nothing else.

“Security at the polling station is not the duty of the National Security. National Security has no right to be there,” he said emphatically.


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