- Mr. John Boadu has confirmed that a policeman who quit the service to campaign for the NPP has been employed by the state
- He failed to specify where Corporal Dianatah Nicodemus has now been employed
- Corporal Nicodemus resigned from the police service in February of 2016 prior to the general elections
The New Patriotic Party's (NPP) General Secretary, Mr. John Boadu, has revealed that the policeman who quit the Ghana Police Service in February of 2016 in order to have the time to properly campaign for the NPP has been employed by government.
According to Mr. John Boadu, Corporal Dianatah Nicodemus, the policeman who quit his job in order to help the NPP's campaign in the run up to the 2016 general elections, has been employed by government.
In his interview with the CEO of EIB group of companies, Bola Ray, on Starr FM's Starr Chat, the NPP's General Secretary confirmed that the Corporal Dianatah Nicodemus had been employed "in the system."
Mr. John Boadu, however, failed to specify exactly where the former policeman has been stationed, along with what government body he was now employed by.
In February of 2016, Corporal Dianatah Nicodemus officially tendered his resignation from the Ghana Police Service in order to be able to campaign for the NPP.
The then Inspector General of Police (IGP), John Kudalor, accepted his resignation, allowing the former policeman to be able to campaign.
Corporal Nicodemus is reported to have stated at the time that of his resignation that he aimed to become a District Chief Executive and later a member of Parliament come the year 2020.
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