The Ghana Police Officer who assaulted a nursing mother at Midland Savings and Loans on Friday could be entirely dismissed from the police service.
The police officer who has been identified as Lance Corporal Frederick Godzi Amanor is stationed at the Accra Regional Police Operations Unit.
Apart from being a ‘woman beater’, there are other facts Ghanaians do not know about Lance Corporal Amanor.
From further search conducted by Yen.com.gh, the police officer’s full name is Frederick Godzi Amanor.
The embattled officer is an active member of an Accra-based Church, Revival International Ministries, who plays drums and other instruments at church every Sunday, and other major activities of the church.
The police officer, who has made infamous media headlines for his skillful way of beating women studied Business at the Yilo Krobo Senior High School, and later got recruited into the police service.
Lance Corporal Godzi Amanor according to his Facebook profile hails from Akosombo in the Eastern Region of Ghana.
The police officer, per our investigations is not yet married, and he is widely known among his colleagues as ‘Skalla’.
A terrifying video of the police officer in uniform has gone viral on various social media platforms, after he was seen brutally assaulting a woman who was holding a two-months-old baby at a banking hall.
The victim, who has been identified as Patience Osafo, has revealed that aside being beaten mercilessly by the ‘wicked’ officer, he also hit her head with his gun, a scene that was not captured on video.
Following public outrage and intense social media campaign, the Inspector General of police has ordered the interdiction of the police officer for further investigations.
Meanwhile, some human rights groups and advocates have vowed to pursue the matter in court until the victim is given justices.
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