Blows At Nsawam Police Station

INFORMATION Reaching DAILY GUIDE indicates that, there is an uneasy calm at Nsawam District Police Command in the Eastern Region between the new District Commander, DSP Sam Rudolf, former MTTU Commander for Akyem – Oda and the new Crime Officer, DSP John Agbeme Kodua over who should be in-charge of closing dockets.

DAILY GUIDE learnt this same problem generated heats at the Station some six months ago between the three former officers in the persons of Supt. Kamkam Kwasi Boadi, former Nsawam Police Commander, DSP Stephen Adom, former Crime Officer, and DSP Samuel Ntosoh, former MTTU Commander, who have now been transferred to different stations.

A Police source who narrated the incident to DAILY GUIDE said that, among the six District Police Headquarters under the Kyebi Divisional Police Command, the Nsawam Police Command had the majority of officers but whenever there is an issue at Nsawam, the Kyebi Divisional Police commander, Chief Superitendent Cephas Bediako has to deploy men from other stations to Nsawam to embark on the operation before it would be successful, because the Police Commander is not active but rather fighting for dockets closure.

DAILY GUIDE investigations gathered that, the current two officers are not in good terms since both of them want to be the boss resulting in many cases pending at the Police Station without being sent to court.

DSP Sam Rudolf, the Nsawam Police commander, when contacted by DAILY GUIDE debunked the allegations between him and the crime officer.

‘My brother, am shocked of what you are saying, this is news to me. I have no idea of what you asked me, I have no problem with the Crime Officer, we are in good terms”.

‘You know the Police Administration had their rules for working so there is nothing like that, hmm… this issue has been a breaking news to me and you are the first person saying this to me,” he added.

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FROM Daniel Bampoe, Nsawam

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