- Photos of the policeman caught in the trending assault video have landed online
- The policeman who is reported to be an active Facebook user was seen abusing a woman in a banking hall
- The video has gone viral with many people registering their displeasure over the incident
YEN.com.gh has sighted some photos on social media believed to be pictures of the policeman who was seen in a trending video abusing a nursing mother over GHc 250 which she is reported to have requested from her bankers.
According to the Facebook profile, the said policeman is believed to be called Frederick Amanor Skalla and is noted for his any religious quotes on Facebook.
The very worrying video which has already gone viral across all social media platforms, showed Frederick assaulting the nursing mother even though he was being asked to exercise some restraint.
It is believed that the nursing mother went to the bank to withdraw her own money from her account but arrived in the banking hall a few minutes after the bank’s closing time.
It is reported that the policeman was instructed to ask the woman to leave the hall leading to his going berserk and unleashing fury on the woman.
Another man was seen in the video asking the lady to hand out her baby to him to avoid any injuries.
The policeman eventually managed to kick the lady out of the banking hall after he had abused her with slaps and punches.
The video has gone viral with many people condemning the act and the police officer for taking the law into his own hands and abusing the lady.
Many female celebrities including Kafui Danku and Yvonne Nelson have spoken up on the matter after they posted the disturbing video on their social media handles.
Social media users who have seen the video have all expressed their disgust over the law enforcer’s actions.
It is purported that the Inspector General of the Ghana Police has been alerted of the unfortunate incident and investigations would soon commence to ascertain the reason for the policeman’s action.
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