- TV star Bridget Otoo has taken a swipe at the chief of police over the viral bullion van robbery issues
- According to her, while the IGP was busy sanitizing the streets of crime and social vices, his men in uniform were robbing bullion vans
- The police is currently trending on social media after some personnel in the force were implicated in a syndicate
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Metro TV star, Bridget Otoo has taken a swipe at the Ghana Police Service and its chief, Inspector General of Police, Dr George Akuffo Dampare over some recent happenings.
The popular TV personality, in a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, indicated that while the police chief was working hard to sanitize the streets, his men were replacing criminals.
She took to social media and wrote:
"While IGP was arresting others, his boys were engaging in bullion van robberies"
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Her comment was in reaction to recent reports linking some police officers to a number of bullion van robberies that led to the death of one Constable Emmanuel Osei.
Some arrests were made and a swoop at a hideout led to the death of two Constables namely; No.58284 Constable Reindolph Gyimah Ansah and No. 53549 Lance Corporal Stephen Kwaku Nyame who had earlier been arrested in connection with the bullion van robberies.
Girlfriend Of Policeman Involved In Bullion Van Robbery Breaks Down In Tears
An alleged girlfriend of Constable Reindolph Gyimah Ansah purported to be part of the bullion van robbers has been heard in a video crying over his unfortunate demise.
In a WhatsApp audio fast going viral on social media and sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, the lady was heard crying profusely over her lover's death.
Officer involved in bullion van robbery won overall best drill at police training school; old video drops
The police officer who is nicknamed Pablo had been implicated in a series of hits on bullion vans in the capital city.
IGP George Akuffo Dampare Spotted Dancing Excitedly In Viral Video
Meanwhile, the Inspector General of the Ghana Police Service, Dr George Akuffo Dampare has given Ghanaians a sneak peek into his extracurricular lifestyle with a new video.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, the police chief was seen attending what looked like an event with some of his staff.
After all the serious business of the day had been dealt with, the Inspector General of Police decided to step onto the dancefloor to show off his dance moves.
The chief of police appeared to have taken many people at the event by surprise when he made the call to boogie down.
Immediately he started dancing, many of his subordinates went into a frenzy and started hailing him as he beamed with smiles.
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