- The police guard assigned to the Madina MP has been interdicted
- Inspector Daniel Agbavor was sanctioned for alleged misconduct
- The parliamentary protection unit has, however, been tasked to provide a new guard to the Madina MP
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The Police guard assigned to Francis Xavier Sosu, the Member of Parliament for the Madina Constituency, Inspector Daniel Agbavor, has been relieved of his post.
He was sanctioned for alleged misdemeanour.
In a police press release sighted by YEN.com.gh, Inspector Agbavor was alleged to have driven into a crowd after a protest last Monday, October 25, 2021.
According to the release, his actions directly endangered the lives of two senior officers as well as the life of civilians.
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Francis Xavier Sosu: No police personnel was dispatched to arrest Madina MP in church - Ghana Police
The parliamentary protection unit has, however, been charged to provide a new guard to the Madina MP.
No Police was sent to arrest Sosu in church
Meanwhile, the Ghana Police Service has denied any claims that personnel were sent to arrest the Member of Parliament for the Madina constituency, Francis Xavier Sosu, in church.
In a release sighted by YEN.com.gh, the police said stories circulating on the arrest of Sosu on his church premises on October 31, 2021, is untrue.
The statement further added that any plain police personnel found on the premises of the church may have been there for intelligence purposes and not to effect an arrest.
The statement signed by the Director-General, Public Affairs of the Ghana Police Service, ACP Kwesi Ofori stated that on the day of the protest, Sosu was invited but declined to honor the invitation.
Police storm Sosu's church to arrest him
Earlier, Ghanaweb reported that personnel from the Ghana Police Service stormed the church premises of Madina lawmaker, Francis-Xavier Kojo Sosu, to arrest him over his protest on Monday, October 25.
Sosu, a lawyer and Member of Parliament for Madina, led the youth to protest deplorable roads in his constituency.
During the demonstration on Monday, the police attempted to arrest the lawmaker for what they described as an unlawful protest.
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