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IGP should advise his officers, some policemen disrespect me a lot – Don Little

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Ghanaian actor, Stephen Atangah, popularly known as Don Little has called on the Inspector General of Police (IGP), George Akuffo Dampare to address what he describes as a pattern of disrespectful behavior by some police officers towards him.

 

Speaking candidly about his experiences, the diminutive actor expressed his frustration over the treatment he receives from certain members of the police force, urging the IGP to intervene and ensure that officers conduct themselves with professionalism and respect.

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Don Little, known for his roles in numerous Ghanaian films, revealed that he has been subjected to disrespectful and dismissive attitudes from police officers on multiple occasions. He recounted incidents where he felt belittled and not taken seriously, attributing this treatment to his stature and celebrity status.

The actor detailed an incident with a police officer who questioned his ability to drive due to his stature, an action he found quite disconcerting, prompting a call for a change in attitude.

“I encountered a police officer who remarked that if not for the ineffectiveness of the laws, I wouldn’t be driving. Am I a monkey or a hunchback? We are all human and should respect one another. We cooperate with you, so when you stop someone, please speak to them politely.

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“Abroad, policemen are very respectful, but here in Ghana, their attitude is quite terrible and needs improvement. Some officers act as if they will never retire. Dampare, I implore you to address your officers. One spoiled maize can spoil the rest. Currently, many policemen are corrupt. This isn’t about hatred,” he said in a video posted by One Ghana TV on their YouTube channel.

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