Gov't will sack John Kudalor and Cephas Arthur - Sir John

Sir John alleged that, they are both active members of of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC).

He alleged that, they are both active members of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC).

According to him, "We will get rid of Superintendent Cephas Arthur who is the Police PRO and the IGP will be shown the exit because they have been acting in the interest of the NDC".

Speaking on UTV, he said, "As for that PRO, the least said about him the better. Is he not the one who has been snitching on Kwesi Ofori? We will see."

Before the 2016 elections, the Member of Parliament for the Assin Central Constituency, Kennedy Agyapong launched a scathing attack on John Kudalor over violence at Nana Addo’s residence.

He launched unprintable words on the IGP over what he described as his indifferent attitude to the whole incident.

"What kind of police do we have in this country? If it is the opposition, crime committed, but if it an NDC no evil seen. He is an asshole, a foolish IGP and bias," he said.

According to him, the IGP should be the first to be replaced immediately when Nana Addo is sworn into power because they have shown they work for NDC and not all Ghanaians.

Prior to becoming the IGP, COP John Kudalor was the director of Police operations and many in the NPP find it hard to forgive him for supervising the use of tear gas and water canon to stop the Let My Vote Count protestors who were bent on storming the electoral commission, contrary to a restraining court order last in 2015.

"I want Nana Addo to appoint someone who will arrest both an NPP and NDC person when they go against the law. The next IGP should not let me go scot free because I'm part of government. He should be able to arrest me when I'm at fault", the MP stressed.

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