- GHOne TV broadcaster, Serwaa Amihere, has criticised the police for manhandling Members of Parliament of the National Democratic Congress (NDC)
- She has described it as disrespectful on the part of the police to manhandle to law makers
- They were on their way to the office of the Electoral Commission to present a petition on the outcome of the 2020 General Elections
- The MPs were heckled by the police for their action
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Ghanaian broadcaster, Serwaa Amihere, has criticised the police for the way they treated the NDC MPs who embarked on a peace march to the office of the Electoral Commission.
The MPs were on their way to present a petition to the EC when the police heckled them.
In the video making rounds on social media, the police are seen pushing the likes of Muntaka Mubarak, and Haruna Iddrisu.
Serwaa has described the police’s action as disrespectful saying that the police could have treated the MPs with a little more respect.
She added that there is no harm in presenting a petition and wondered if the police were practicing democracy with their action.
Serwaa wrote: “So can’t @GhPoliceService treat MPs with a little more respect and not heckle them on their way to present a petition?What harm is there in presenting a petition?Is this a democracy or what?”
Serwaa’s post has triggered massive reactions with many people attacking her.
Madrid, for instance, said Serwaa must learn:
King and Paul also slammed Serwaa for her point:
Quorbie also disagreed with Serwaa:
Low budget also said Serwaa has not shown the police any respect with her tweet:
Gyenyame said Serwaa is not intelligent:
Iron man was also disappointed in Serwaa:
Meanwhile, Serwaa was in the news recently when she shared a nighttime photo with Kojo Oppong Nkrumah and called him "bestie".
Nkrumah responded to Serwaa's post with a photo too confirming that she was really his best friend.
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