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Policemen flog man in handcuff for allegedly stealing GHS1,600


Two Policemen stationed at Railway Police station in Koforidua in the New Juaben Municipality of the Eastern Region are allegedly reported to have assaulted a suspect for stealing GHS1,600.00.

Sources indicate that, the suspect, identified as Dodzi, admitted of taking GHS350.00 and not GHS1,600.00 as being accused of, from the private vehicle of his Boss.

In an exclusive video intercepted by Joydaddymultimedia.com, shows how the young man was physically assaulted by two police officers, with one in mufty identified as Sergeant Amoako.

Policemen flog man in handcuff for allegedly stealing GHS1,600

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Meanwhile, the father of the suspect, Mr. Alegbe Daniel, speaking to Bryt fm Nyarko Abronoma, accused the police of locking up his son from Friday to Tuesday until he was bailed, which exceeds the 48 hours aultimatum as enshrined in the laws of the land.

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Reliable sources also revealed, the said police officers seem to be in trouble as the video has gotten to the brother of the suspect, who is said to be a military officer in Ho.

The accused officers, is said to be lobbying out a way to apologise for their unprofessional conduct to the suspect and his family after realising the video is out to the public.

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