- The police officer who assaulted a customer at Midlands Savings and Loans, Lance Corporal Frederick Amanor Godzi, has been set free by a court
- Three employees of the company, who allegedly aided him in the assault, were also discharged
- The court ruled that the plaintiff, Patience Osafo, had exhibited a lack of interest in the case
Information available to YEN.com.gh shows that Lance Corporal Frederick Amanor Godzi, the police officer who allegedly assaulted a woman at Midland Savings and Loans, has been set free by an Accra Circuit Court.
Adomonline.com reports that three employees of the company, who aided him in beating up Patience Osafo on its premises, on July 19, 2018, were also discharged by the court presided over by Cecilia Dapaah Mireku, in December 2018.
The employees are Jocelyn Kukua-Fakah, the operations manager, Shirley Portia Anaman, customer service officer and Prince Ayensu, a driver.
This was after the court determined that the Osafo had displayed a lack of interest in the trial.
She reportedly failed to appear before the court to testify and again failed to assist police officials to investigate the matter.
Godzi was captured in a video assaulting Osafo, who was carrying a baby at the company, where she had gone to transact business.
The incident attracted public outrage and Dodzi was subsequently arrested and interdicted, as investigations into the matter began.
One of Osafo’s lawyers, Samson Lardi Anyenini, later disclosed that Osafo was given a generous compensation.
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