Kennedy Agyapong claims the former CID boss was removed because he was sponsoring landguards

Kennedy Agyapong claims the former CID boss was removed because he was sponsoring landguards

- Hon. Kennedy Agyapong stated that the activities of land guards would soon come to a halt

- He added that a time is coming when people who purchased land would have no issues with regard to ownership

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The Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong has revealed that the reason former Director of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) Commissioner of Police (COP) Bright Oduro was removed from office.

Kennedy Agyapong claims the former CID boss was removed because he was sponsoring landguards

The new CID Director, ACP Maame Yaa Addo-Danquah

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According to the MP, the CID boss was shown the door because he literally financed the activities of these land guards, especially in East Legon.

He further alleged that COP Oduro empowered the land guards to seize legally acquired properties and built theirs.

This, they claimed, was in retaliation for the killing of two persons by a team of 5 policemen from the Tema Regional Police Command

According to the MP, COP Oduro can no longer visit the East Legon police station to issue orders as he used to.

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He again stated that under the leadership of president Akufo-Addo, the activities of land guards would come to a halt, as people who purchase land would own it.

He revealed that a Malian is seriously involved in land matters in Ghana, and this situation would soon be dealt with.

COP Bright Oduro, who is due for retirement in a few months, was on Monday 16th October 2017, asked by the Police Council to proceed on leave.

He has been replaced by ACP Maame Yaa Tiwaa Addo-Danquah, his immediate deputy.

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