"Don't Take Disciplinary Actions Rather Scrutinise Officer Emotionally" - Drunkards Assoc. To Police

The Leadership of the Ghana Drunkards Association is calling on the Ghana Police Service not rush in taking disciplinary actions but rather carefully scrutinise the officer who was captured drunk while in uniform in a video making waves on social media.

According to the Association, a careful scrutiny, will help the Ghana Police Service unravel what pushed him to get drunk during working hours.

In a statement released exclusively to Thinknewsonline.com, President of the Ghana Drunkards Association, Moses Onyah popularly known as Drybone said "Our attention has been drawn to a video circulating on social media, where a police officer in uniform was seen drunk at Cape Coast in broad daylight. We will like the Police administration not to hasty to conclude and take disciplinary action, but rather scrutinize the officer in question emotionally. We believe strongly there are reasons that led to such unprofessional conduct"

The Ghana Drunkards Association says it wishes to encourage its members and admirers to relax as the leadership is having a closed door meeting with the Police Administration to temper justice with mercy.

The Ghana Drunkards Association has however disassociated itself from said video.

It further described the the conduct by the police officer (its member) as unprofessional.

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Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith