"If You Lose Control Of Armed Rogues, You Will Pay A Very High Price"- Akufo-Addo Told


The Vice President of IMANI Ghana, Kofi Bentil has sends another message to president Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo that if he loses control of "armed rogues", he will pay for a very high price and told him that he should asked the failed state across the world about what he is talking about while talking about what happened at Ejura in the Ashanti region.

Kofi Bentil in a statement sent to Nana Akufo-Addo told him that whether it is military or police, when one breaks the ranks and acts governing them, the president must enforce the laws of the country and identify those people who put the law into their hand as criminal but not to cover them.

According to Kofi Bentil, Government should exposed those security officers for committing crime but not to shield them because they have gone against the laws of the country. He believes that security officers are to enforce the law but not to break it. He details a lot of reasons why he is advising the president that if he loses control of armed rogues, he will pay a very high price for it.

His message sent to Ghanaians and president Nana Akufo-Addo below.

"Whether Military or Police, when one breaks ranks and acts without order leading to death:

1. Identify them as criminals DON'T COVER THEM. 

2. Expose them, for committing crimes. DON'T SHIELD THEM AS ONE OF YOUR OWN, they are not. They are doing exactly the opposite of your mission, you enforce law, they are criminals who break law. 

3. Prosecute them so you will establish the right lessons. DON'T REWARD THEM WITH TRANSFER OR PROMOTION. when you do that you reinforce the sense of impunity and guarantee that they will do it again!!!

If you lose control of armed rogues, you will pay a very high price. Ask the failed states !!!

Meanwhile, the government has sacked MCE for Ejura constituency and went ahead to arrest him as allegedly told and have received a lot of praises from Ghanaians. Ghanaians will be waiting for actions that will be taken by the president on the issues raised by Kofi Bentil in the coming days.

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