G2 Foundation Applause Ghana Police for Quick Action.
Odumase, October 6, 2022
Ms Gifty Nyarko, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of G2 Foundation, a charitable Non governmental Organizations (NGO) has applauded the Ghana Police Service for acting swift with response in rescuing a child being abused in a video on social media.
The G2 Foundation is an NGO into socioeconomic welfare of vulnerable women, children, orphans, widows and persons with Disabilities.
A horrifying viral video on social media was sighted on Tuesday, in which a male adult was subjecting a toddler to severe beating under a tree.
Speaking in an interview with thefourlens.com on Tuesday, Ms Nyarko, also the Physical Development Planning Director at the Sunyani West Municipal Assembly expressed shock over the inhuman treatment meted to the innocent child.
“I say ayekooooooo” to the Ghana Police Service, Child Right International, the Children Department under the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection and other bodies for the quick responses to this child abuse video seen on social media last Tuesday, Ms Nyarko said.
She condemned the act, saying this cruel scenes must be a thing of the past because under no circumstances should a child be punished in such abusive manner.
Ms Nyarko therefore pleaded with Ghanaians to fearlessly assist the Ghana Police Service “to get this man arrested immediately to face the full rigorous of the law”.
In fact “am a bit releave after hearing from the Police on Wednesday, I really appreciate their urgent response to get the man arrested”
Details of the Police response below 👇👇👇👇👇
HELP POLICE EFFORT IN RESCUING A CHILD BEING ABUSED IN A VIRAL VIDEO!
The Police have sighted a horrifying video on social media in which a male adult is seen subjecting an infant to severe beating under a tree.
Efforts are underway to track down the individual involved, have him arrested and rescue the child.
In view of the urgency associated with the matter, a reward of GH₵2,000.00 has been set aside for anyone who is able to provide credible information that could lead to the arrest of the individual and rescue of the child.
Anyone with such information should contact the police on 0243809991.