- A businessman, Harris Owusu Ansu Gyeabour, has through his lawyers, sued the Ghana Police Service (GPS) for defamation
- This was after the GPS released a notice on its social media platform declaring him as a wanted man
- The notice stated that Gyeabour has been charged with defrauding by false pretences
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The Ghana Police Service (GPS) has been sued by a private businessman, Harris Owusu Ansu Gyeabour, for defamation.
Gyeabour, in his suit, argued that the publication by the police to the effect that he is a wanted man tarnished his reputation and made him lose key business transactions.
According to his lawyers, the conduct of the police officers was unprofessional and has led to far-reaching damages to his image.
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Per a report by citinewsroom.com, his lawyers added that the police failed to establish if Gyeabour has committed the offence of defrauding by false pretence.
YEN.com.gh understands that the GPS declared Gyeabour as wanted man in its social media platform.
It also called on Ghanaians to report his whereabouts to the nearest police station.
In other news, YEN.com.gh is in possession of a chat between Fella Makafui and a man who wished to win her heart.
After Fella Makafui’s split with musician, Medikal, the man, whose identity is yet to be confirmed, sought to try his chance with her.
However, things did not go as planned as she asked him to respect himself and refrain from sending her such a message.
She went on to say that she would block him as well as his entire generation if he goes any further with his plan.
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