Police-Student Crash: Odike Blames Nana Addo For Recruiting Vigilante Group Members Into Police Service



Story by Enock Akonnor

The modus-operandi applied by the police on student-protestors of the Islamic Senior High School in Kumasi has attracted castigations from Always Addai Odike, founder and leader of United Progressive Party (UPP) against the former.

He said on Otec FM’s afternoon political program dubbed “Dwaberem” on Monday that a higher percentage of police personnel no more adhere to ethics governing their profession premised on the reason that the Nana Addo led government admitted members of vigilante groups into the police as part of recruitment.

“Dr. the police training, members of vigilante groups which Nana Addo admitted into the police profession do not adhere to the ethics and the tenets of the profession. This is what has brought us to where we are now as a country”.

He also stated that about 80 percent of the police persons are not upbeat for the job. “They are in the profession with the sole interest of making money. When they are by the roadside, crime scene, so and so are issues that have occupied their minds and so application of the ethics does not fall within their interest”, Mr. Odike fingered



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