The Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mr John Kudalor has forgiven New Patriotic Party (NPP) firebrand Kennedy Ohene Agyapong over his insulting conduct last week Tuesday during a political discussion on an Accra-based TV station.
Public Affairs Director of the Ghana Police Service, Superintendent Cephas Arthur who disclosed this on Abusua Nkomo hosted by Kwame Adinkra, appealed to politicians to mindful of their utterances as the country moves to the last lap of this year’s polls.
“Once he publicly apologized, the IGP has forgiven him but I will want to urge politicians to be careful with what they say and at what time. They should be measured in order not to destabilize the peace of the country. He has been forgiven and he should go and sin no more”, he disclosed.
The maverick lawmaker for Assin Central in the Central Region, during a TV discussion went ballistic using all manner of unprintable adjectives to describe the police chief.
Days after that, he showed remorse and apologized on Accra-based Oman Fm which belongs to him, saying “I want to apologise to the IGP for the attacks on him…he is a friend from Tema but you know in the heat of things, such things can happen…so he should forgive me…I have called but because I have changed my number, he has not been picking but he should please forgive me…,”