Ghana is currently in the war front fighting an enemy. But this enemy is not a human enemy, it’s rather a biological enemy.
And whilst some frontline workers are being motivated with half of their monthly salaries as allowances, some other key players fighting the war as well are being treated distastefully.
Photos hit social media showing junior police officers of the Ashanti Region being served with lunch like “prisoners”.
They were served with banku and okro stew without protein. This is quiet pathetic as the officers are being treated as if they are not human beings.
A social media user took to Facebook to share the pictures of the meal being served in take away packs for the officers.
In his post, he expressed his disgust at the act by the rank and file of the police service in the Ashanti Region, and questioned the IGP if he would take delight in enjoying such a meal if he is served in likewise manner.
His post reads; “Ghana Police Service. Why do you treat your junior officers in this inhumane manner? Are the men slaves or officers?
Is this what the Administration can do to motivate the junior officers to work in these critical moment?
Mr President, Ministers and the Media, this is what the Police Service is providing as alternative to their daily feeding of GHS 100.00.
Why do people placed in leadership positions treat their subordinates as animals. I ask the Police Administration and the IGP, if this food is served at your table (Banku with pepper/okro stew without fish) will you appreciate and enjoy with pride?
This is the food served to the Ashanti regional Police personnel this afternoon in Kumasi. Why do we treat our own people this way.
GOD SAVE OUR HOMELAND GHANA”.
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