Yen gye biom: GH police assure IGP, Ghanaians to stop taking bribes in new video

Yen gye biom: GH police assure IGP, Ghanaians to stop taking bribes in new video

  • Some officials of the Ghana Police Service have been seen in a video during their morale session
  • They were heard saying they had put a stop to taking bribes from the public
  • The Ghana Police Service has launched a new campaign against bribery and corruption in the force

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A new video showing some personnel of the Ghana Police Service campaigning against bribery and corruption in the force has caused a massive stir on social media.

In the new video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, some personnel of the police service including higher and lower-ranked officers were seen gathered outside.

They were having a morale session as they were led by one of their superiors to outdoor their very latest campaign against bribery and corruption in general.

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Ghana Police at a parade. Source: Instagram/fillaboyzdotcom

The video showed the security personnel warming their hands and clapping several times in unison.

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After clapping, they all roared with one voice in Twi: "Yen gye biom" - to wit, we would not take it anymore or we have put a stop to taking it.

Checks have revealed that the police service have started a new campaign to fight corruption and were assuring the Inspector General of Police, Dr George Dampare and all Ghanaians that the era of bribe-taking was over.

Some personnel of the police service have been alleged to be taking bribes from road users with some of these instances being caught on tape.

Dampare again! - Lady recounts how 'angel' IGP saved her dying father's life

Speaking about the police service, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a young lady has shared an encounter he had with the Inspector General of Police, Dr George Dampare which ended up saving the life of her ailing father.

According to a post made by Citi TV's Caleb Kudah and sighted by YEN.com.gh, the journalist narrated how a female friend of hers met the IGP in traffic on the Spintex Road.

The post made by the journalist indicated that the lady was in a rush to take her dad whose health was deteriorating quickly to the hospital.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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