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Voluntarily Report Yourself To The Police If You Don’t Want Trouble – Lawyer Advises Sosu



Francis Xavier Sosu, Member of Parliament for the Madina Constituency has been advised to report himself to the police to avoid any trouble.

Mr Sosu had been wanted by the police after leading his constituents to demonstrate last week.

He had escaped police arrest after his people ensured the police never held him captive. The police further went to his church last Sunday to allegedly apprehend him, however, he once again escaped.

Although seeking the permission of Parliament, Speaker Alban Bagbin has noted that he cannot hand over the MP to the police.

Reacting to the whole issue on Asaase radio, private legal practitioner, Sammy Darko said it would be better if the lawmaker submit himself to the police instead of the ongoing wild goose chase.

He says the whole issue could be turned political and therefore the MP must thread with caution.

“I have noticed that the new leadership of the Police Service will want to assert its authority. I have also seen that the Speaker of Parliament wants to assert his authority, we cannot take out the politics,” Darko said.

“This could also turn political because you notice the youth of the constituency and from what I have read, they [youth] have been the main pillars from preventing the police from arresting the MP, and so it is getting into the midst of law and politics and when it’s law and politics, it can get bizarre,” he reiterated.

“But the law is the law and I think this matter can be solved by the MP simply walking to the police and assisting them in the investigation unless he wants to enjoy the drama,” quoted.

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