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She was owing me 5000 cedis – Police officer who killed Maa Adwoa reveals in court

The policeman who killed his sidekick, Victoria Dapaah, has disclosed his actual reasons.

Inspector Ahmed Twumasi made his first court appearance since being detained over the weekend on Tuesday, April 25.

In his declaration to the Asokore Mampong District Court, he asserted that he had not intended to commit the crime.

In front of the entire court, Inspector Twumasi said, “What happened is between me and God. On May 30, he is set to make another appearance.

Additionally, he revealed that the deceased owed him 5000 cedis, which she had neglected to repay.

Though the current Inspector-General of Police (IGP) started out his career as an officer on a good note, the Security Analyst said, “Now he has gone to sleep and I daresay there is a group of people in the police administration called the Dampare Boys,” he claimed.

Although the Service is intended to transform officers, he asserted that the Dampare-led administration appeared to have given up on this goal.

“This is clearly a mental health issue,” Mr Kotin told presenter Martin Asiedu-Dartey on TV3‘s Midday Live on Tuesday, April 25.

He said the mental fortitude of officers is getting weaker day by day due to operational shortfalls.

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