- A former Ghanaian police officer, Francis Kyeremeh, has revealed how he lost an opportunity to serve in the USA police force
- According to him, a description of the Ghana Police Service as the most corrupt in the world cost him the job
- This, he explained, was after an official of the USA embassy in Accra, was tasked to dig into his background
A man has opened up about how he lost a chance to serve in the American police force because he was a former Ghanaian police officer.
Francis Kyeremeh, once served as the bodyguard of the former Member of Parliament (MP) for Asokwa, Maxwell Kofi Jumah.
He revealed that his former boss created the chance for him to join the police force in the United States of America (USA).
Kyeremeh went on to say that he omitted the fact that he was once with the Ghana police but a comment from a fellow police officer at the US embassy in Ghana cost him the opportunity.
He, per a report by GhanaWeb, added that the US police force detected he was a Ghanaian police officer though he omitted that fact from his documents.
Further checks about his background however raised suspicions, especially after the investigator in charge of his background information passed a comment.
The man reportedly asked if he knew Ghanaian policemen are the most corrupt in the world and the US officials present who heard this held on to his information.
Kyeremah adds that till date, he is yet to hear from the embassy with regard to the next step involved in the process.
In other news, YEN.com.gh is in possession of photos of air hostesses of Ghana Airways in the 1960’s.
The photos have surfaced on the internet and social media users have reacted in various ways.
A former employee of the airline has meanwhile disclosed the main reasons behind the collapse of the national airline
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