Arrest of Agradaa: Kennedy Agyapong says Ghana's youth are lazy

Arrest of Agradaa: Kennedy Agyapong says Ghana's youth are lazy

- Kennedy Agyapong has decried the spate of quick money in Ghana

- The MP says laziness is the reason for the rise in these activities

- His comments follow the arrest of popular money doubler, Agradaa

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Maverick politician and legislator for the Assin North Constituency, Kennedy Agyapong, has attributed laziness on the part of Ghanaian youths to the rise in fraud cases.

Kennedy Agyapong argues that the spate of money-doublers, money rituals and crime rates are all due to the “get-rich-quick” mentality of many Ghanaian youngsters.

“You thing manna will come from heaven, if Agradaa can double money will she be in that small corner?. If you look at the number of people going for sika gari, it’s worrying. You see our mindset? We need to change it,” he revealed.
Arrest of Agradaa: Kennedy Agyapong says Ghana's youth are lazy
Arrest of Agradaa: Kennedy Agyapong says Ghana's youth are lazy (Stock photos modified by writer)
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A team of Police Officers from the National Police Operations Department, led by ACP Mr. Kwasi Arhin, Director/Operations, has arrested 150 suspected criminals including 25 females at "The Event Hub”, in Achimota-Kingsby Accra on 22nd April, 2021.

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The arrest is part of the Police Administration's resolve to use intelligence-led operations to rid the city of criminals.

The suspects, between the ages of 19 and 25 were arrested with assorted items, retrieved by Police. They include unregistered vehicles and motorbikes; parcels of white substances and dried leaves believed to be narcotic drugs; mixtures of suspected codeine and laptop computers.

The Police Service says it will continue to “adopt strategies to rid communities of criminals, in a bid to prevent crimes and to ensure law and order in the country.

The general public is encouraged to assist the Police with information on criminal activities. Call 191 and 18555 in cases of emergency”.

Ghana Immigration have round up 480 Nigerian and Burkinabe illegal immigrants in the Upper East Region.

These undocumented aliens are said to have made their way through Ghana’s porous borders, the upper East Regional police PRO, DSP David Fianko-Okyere, revealed to the media. All immigrants were not in facemasks, neither have their Covid-19 status being determined.

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