The Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, has reacted to a statement from the police, following a demonstration at the University of Education, Winneba.
Per a report by Ghanaweb, he revealed his disappointment at the action of the Ghana Police Service (GPS).
Speaking on Asempa FM, he said the report by the media was a misconstruction of the reality of the events of the day.
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For that reason, he went on, he would stay ‘mute’ and refrain from speaking about issues in Ghana henceforth.
News reports suggested that Agapong had been ‘warned’ in a statement written and signed by ACP David Eklu, Director General after he supposedly ‘aggressively’ told a serving police officer that he would ensure his dismissal during the demonstration.
He however described the police administration as being rash for not following due process to ascertain the crux of the subject but rather emerging with a statement intended to ‘disgrace’ and mar his hard earned reputation.
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