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3 COPS interdicted over Assault on Ghanaian Times Journalists

Three police officers who allegedly assaulted three journalists of Ghanaian Times have been interdicted by the Inspector General of Police (IGP), David Asante-Apeatu.

They are Inspector Isaac Opare of the Ministries Divisional Police; Sargeant Ebenezer Akrofi of Accra Regional Police Headquarters and Corporal Evans Kofi Ntim of Police Visibility unit in Accra.

A statement signed by the Director-General of Public Affairs of the Police Service, ASP David Eklu stated that the IGP has also directed the Accra Regional Officer to take over the investigation from the Ministries’ Police Station.

It would be recalled that on March 14, 2019, the three cops allegedly assaulted three Ghanaian Times journalists in Accra.

The affected journalists- Salifu Abdul Rahman, Malik Sulemana, and Raissa Sambou Ebu- were said to be travelling in their official vehicle to their various assigned venues when they decided to film an accident involving a police officer riding an unregistered motorcycle and the vehicle transporting the journalists at Kinbu in Accra central.

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