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Three Police Officers Interdicted for Failure to Perform Duty Professionally

According to the Police Service, the officers failed to perform their duty in a proper manner, allowing some individuals to disrupt the voter registration exercise.

The Ghana Police Service has taken swift action against three of its personnel for failing to perform their duty professionally during the ongoing Limited Voter Registration Exercise.

Inspectors Michael Addo, Eric Boakye, and Michael Gyan have been interdicted with immediate effect for their role in failing to maintain order at the Electoral Commission Office in Adugyama, Ashanti Region, on May 11, 2024.

According to the Police Service, the officers failed to perform their duty correctly, allowing some individuals to disrupt the voter registration exercise.

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“The Ghana Police Service takes any breach of duty seriously, and we will not hesitate to take disciplinary action against any officer who fails to perform their duty professionally,” the statement reads.

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The interdicted personnel will go through the due disciplinary process of the Police Service, which may lead to further action, including dismissal.

“We are committed to ensuring the integrity of the electoral process, and we will not compromise on our standards,” the statement added.

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This move by the Police Service demonstrates its commitment to maintaining professionalism and integrity in its ranks and serves as a warning to other officers to take their duties seriously.

Find a statement below: 

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Police statement on interdicted police officers.

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