The video footage of a Ghanaian police officer assaulting a nursing mother in a bank went viral online on Friday, July 20.
The Ghanaian police identified as Fredrick Amanor was captured in the video wrestling with and ruthlessly assaulting a nursing mother in Midland Savings and Loans bank.
The video has stirred up viral reactions as many condemned the inhumane and unprofessional act by the officer who didn’t even consider the child that was in the arms of its mother.
As many condemned Fredrick’s act, calling on the Ghanian authorities to punish him, Nigerian Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), Yomi Shogunle also reacted to the saga.
Shogunle, in a Twitter reaction, said Nigerian police will never engage in such acts.
In turn, the ACP’s tweet generated counter reactions from Nigerians who believe that Nigerian police officers also engage in such unprofessional acts.
A Twitter user reminded Shogunle of a similar situation that allegedly happened in Ibadan sometimes ago.
Another user shares some pictures of the alleged police assault in Ibadan.
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Meanwhile, the Ghanaian police authorities have started investigating Fredrick Amanor’s case.
Another Twitter user tweeted a picture of the Ghanaian authority’s response to the case.
NAIJ.com previously reported that Nigeria's Inspector General of Police (IGP), Ibrahim Idris, lauded the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) saying that its operatives are doing a wonderful job.
The IGP reportedly made the comment during a chat with newsmen while responding to a question about what plans he had to restructure SARS, as many Nigerians have been clamouring for the squad to be scrapped.
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