There’s nothing in his head – KOD jabs IGP Oppong Boanuh over comment that police are legally mandated to use deadly force against protestors

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Last Updated on July 2, 2021 by MyGh.Online

Ghanaian media personality, Kofi Otchere Darko, popularly known as KOD has lambasted the IGP of the Ghana Police Service, Mr Oppong Boanuh who on the day of police brutality at Ejura mentioned that the police are legally mandated to use force should they come under attack from protestors.

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Following the death of Kaaka, the IGP in a press conference noted that the police have every legal right to use deadly force should they come under attack from protestors who fire on them with guns and attack them with stones and clubs.

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After the death of Ibrahim Anyass, alias Macho Kaaka became a national topic, the anger and frustration of the irate youths and FixTheCountry campaigners in Ejura called for the police to restore calm but ended up killing two and injuring two in the process.

Many bodies including the Economic Fighters League and the #FixTheCountry movement has demanded justice but the words from the IGP on the day of the incident failed to restore their lost hope in the security service.

Fast forward, Kofi Otchere Darko popularly known as KOD has shared his opinion on the IGPs assertion. He described him as Heaven IGP.

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“He should always leave the talking to the police PR. There’s nothing in his head. You should see someone like him when he is on retirement.”

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