Commedian, Kwaku Sintim Misa, has appealed to Ghanaians to forgive the Inspector General of Police (IGP) for alluding to the fact it is only in heaven that there is no crime.
The Inspector General of Police James Oppong-Buanoh in a widely circulated audio has replied critics who say he is not on top of security issues following the recent robbery cases in the country.
He said there is no society in the world where there is no crime.
“We are doing what we can to protect the people of Ghana. There is no society in the world where there is no crime. Even in the USA, UK and Sweden, where they, more or less have everything, they still have crime. The only place that doesn’t have crime is heaven and we are not in heaven,” James Oppong-Boanuh said.
“So, if any so-called security analyst is saying that we are not on top of our game and that’s why these things are happening, he does not know what he is talking about,” he said.
“I want to emphasise to the nation that very, very, very soon all those involved in this bullion robbery and especially those who committed it, they will be arrested very soon,” the former Ashanti Regional Police Commander stated.
“They can run and run and run but they cannot hide.”
This comment of the IGP has attracted losts of reactions from Ghanaians with the latest being one by the comedian who is also a TV presenter.
Why are we calling for the IGP resign? You should know that even in HEAVEN some Angels give bad speeches. Give that “noble” man a break. 😂😂😂😂
— Kwaku Sintim-Misa (@KSM_Kwaku_Misa) June 17, 2021