A political analyst and lecturer at the University of Cape Coast has lauded the Ghana Police Service’s move to deal with politicians who make inflammatory statements. Speaking in an interview with
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Police’s decision to deal with loose cannons lauded
A political analyst and lecturer at the University of Cape Coast has lauded the Ghana Police Service’s move to deal with politicians who make inflammatory statements.