The controversial actress, Lydia Forson once again shaded the government and said that a higher authority doesn’t care about natives of Ghana. According to her, the government is unfamiliar with the term ‘leader.’
Lydia Forson added that government officers lack self-respect, integrity, and most importantly honor. Her statement hit the screens after Director-General of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID), Maame Yaa Tiwaa Addo-Danquah delivers a statement regarding ‘missing Takoradi girls.’
Read her statement as below:
“What happened to the #TakoradiGirls, how the police handled the case, the silence of our government and the treatment of the families should tell you the value of your life in this country. What happened to the # TakoradiGirls, how the police handled the case, the silence of our government and the treatment of the families should tell you the value of your life in this country.
The Director-General of the CID’s refusal to step down after lying to the media and putting the families through emotional turmoil says a lot about leadership in this country. Most leaders in Ghana will hold on to power even if it means knocking everyone down. #TakoradiGirls. Beyond our outrage, I need to understand what the Ghana Police Service needs to help it become more effective. I don’t want to believe that everyone there is happy with the fact that a majority of Ghanaians have no faith in them. Really, what can we do?”
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