Bono-Ahafo Police arrest 27 applicants over forged documents

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Twenty-seven applicants for recuitment into the Police service have been arrested by the Bono-Ahafo Regional Command of the Service for presenting forged information and fake documents.

The Regional Police PRO, Chief Inspector Kingsley Augustine Oppong told Journalists that the culprits were seven males and 20 females.

He said they are currently on Police enquiry bail and were from Techiman, Nkoranza, Sampa, Dormaa-Ahenkro and Nsoatre, adding that the highest number of suspects were from Techiman.

Chief Inspector Oppong said the suspects have had been asked to report frequently to the regional Police headquarters to assist in investigations.

He said before the commencement of the exercise, the Police warned people with fake documents through the radio stations not to apply but some ignored the warnings and were therefore going to face the full rigours of the law.

He said 8,444 applications have been received and those who qualified for the aptitude test were expected to write an examination before qualification to the stage of health screening and medical examination.

Chief Inspector Oppong said the Police suspected there was a particular person behind the forgeries since all suspects had similar documents which seemed to have been laminated to outwit officials.

Source: 
GBC Online
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