Photos of Ghanaian police officers in uniform wearing beard & earrings cause stir online

Photos of Ghanaian police officers in uniform wearing beard & earrings cause stir online

- Some police officers in Ghana were spotted in town with long beard & earrings

- People have been arguing in favour of and against the move by the policemen

- YEN.com.gh has gathered some of the most exciting reactions that surfaced

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A couple of pictures fast going viral on social media shows two police officers with thick beards and earrings and this has gotten many people talking.

Some people have been complaining that these photos show how degenerated the police force in the country has become instead of focusing on their civic duties.

Others, however, have come up to backlash the naysayers, explaining that there is a special unit in the police force that allows and requires the cops to dress in that manner.

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YEN.com.gh has compiled some of the most exciting comments that emerged.

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Frank Ebo Arhin was one of the people seeking to inform the public that this is a usual practice in a unit of the police force.

Yhäw Fütprîñt also advised Ghanaians to look beyond appearance before judging people as many act out of sync with how they look

Rappa Eagle Up said he was surprised that many people are so ignorant about the segments in the police force.

Photos of Ghanaian police officers in uniform wearing beard & earrings cause stir online
Photos of Ghanaian police officers in uniform wearing beard & earrings cause stir online Source: Facebook, Odadee King Nobert
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In other news, a ritualist who reportedly belongs in the National Democratic Congress (NDC) was allegedly spotted at the office of the Electoral Commission (EC) at Ho in the Volta Region.

According to a report by newsghana.com, the incident happened after a group of NDC supporters staged a three-hour demonstration through the principal streets demanding a change in the verdict of the December 7 polls results.

Modernghana.com reports that the said ritualist had gone to the premises of the EC to drop a written petition but unfortunately met a locked gate.

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