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Kwahu Easter Ghana Police Warn Of Fake 'Police Officers'

The Ghana Police says some unidentified persons are dressed in police uniform extorting money from motorists.

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Some unidentified persons dressed like Police Officers are reportedly hovering around and defrauding people particularly those from the Diaspora who will travel to the country for the Easter holidays.

The Nkawkaw Divisional Police Commander, Chief Superintendent James Sarfo Peprah, who revealed this to Adom News said his outfit has received reports of fake police men extorting money from drivers on the BunsoNkawkaw road.

“They are not police men, they are scammers. Tell them to bring you to station if they demand any money from you…” Chief Supt. Sarfo Peprah advised.

Chief Supt. Sarfo Peprah urged travelers to report any suspected case of these fraudsters.

In another development, the Nkawkaw District Police Commander has warned the police will arrest drivers using DV and DP number plates.

"The police will not allow three persons to sit on one motorcycle. Riders without Crash Helmets will be arrested” he added.

Chief Supt. Sarfo Peprah assured celebrants of the Kwahu Easter of adequate and called on the general public to collaborate with the police to make this year’s Easter a crime-free festival.

Source: Adomonline

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