Managing Editor of the Insight Newspaper, Kwesi Pratt Jnr
has given reasons why he has decided not to involve the Ghana Police Service in the case of his burgled office at Kokomlemle in Accra.According to him, reporting the incident to the police will make no substantive changes in his current situation.
In his words, the Ghana Police Service is burdened with an alarming number of unresolved crimes thus the case of his recently burgled office will only add to the numbers.
“With all the unsolved crimes in Ghana what would mine do? I don’t want to waste my time…It’s not a question of trust, it’s a question about track records with investigations if you want I can give you the long list of unsolved crimes…” he said.
Mr Pratt was, however, quick to add that he is well aware of appropriate measures to take to protect himself and his property.
Speaking in an interaction on Peace FM he said “I was on a radio station yesterday when I received the news of my burgled office. When I saw the pictures I realized that the damage was extensive. I immediately went to the scene, I was shocked because they used a saw to cut the iron reinforcement at the entrance of the office space and made their way through the front door with an iron bar…”
Copied from: Ghana web
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