Police service punishes police bride and colleagues in viral 'jama' wedding video

Police service punishes police bride and colleagues in viral 'jama' wedding video

- The police service has sanctioned five police ladies who recently went viral with a wedding video

- The video had the ladies dressed in black and white jumpsuits with police hats while singing 'jama' songs at a friend's wedding

- The police service has deemed their conduct to be against their code of conduct and has thus ordered them to undergo a refresher course

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The hierarchy of the Ghana Police Service has sanctioned a group of female police officers after a video of them popped up on social media.

The ladies, five in number, were spotted in the video at the one wedding of a colleague who was seated in their midst.

In the video which went viral after YEN.com.gh reported on it, the police bride and her colleagues were seen having fun before the ceremony.

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Police service punish police bride and colleagues in viral 'jama' wedding video
Photo source: @sweet_maame_adwoa
Source: Instagram

Dressed in black and white striped jumpsuits (shorts type), the bride and her maids, also believed to be police ladies, wore police hats. While the bride put on a peaked cap, the maids wore berets.

A moment into the video, the bride and her ladies went into a singing mode ('jama' session) dishing out some of the favourite 'jama' songs.

But it turns out the use of the berets and peaked cap (official apparel) is against the police service's code of conduct.

In a message sighted by YEN.com.gh, the Director-General of the Police Service has ordered the ladies to undergo a refresher course for eight weeks at the Pwalugu Training School.

By the wireless message, the commanders of the affected ladies were being informed to release them.

The ladies listed are Diana Kumi, Lydia Adu, Agnes Kyere, Winifred Aboagyewaa, and Barbara Botchwey.

Police service punish police bride and colleagues in viral 'jama' wedding video
Photo source: @sweet_maame_adwoa
Source: Instagram

In other news, there was drama as Nana Aba Anamoah interviewed former NDC Deputy General Secretary Samuel Koku Anyidoho on Starr FM on Wednesday, March 10, 2021.

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Nana Aba has taken over as the new host of Starr Chat which was previously presented by Bola Ray and had Anyidoho as her first guest.

But during the interview, Anyidoho flared up and nearly walked out of the studio over a question Nana Aba asked.

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