The Central Regional Police Command has welcomed the Minister for Special Initiatives, Mavis Hawa Koomson after she discharged a firearm at an enrollment community at Kasoa on Tuesday.
Talking to our mynwsgh.com correspondent, DSP Irene Oppong, PRO of the Central, provincial Police Command said the priest has been welcome to help with examinations.
“She is an individual from Parliament; thus, there is a strategy to follow before you can welcome her; thus, we are right now through that procedure to welcome Hawa Koomson to help with examination,” DSP Oppong said they have Latam Papanko.
The MP has asserted she offered the admonition chance to safeguard herself in the wake of feeling compromised while visiting enrollment focuses on the supporters Monday.
“I’m a Member of Parliament; I have to secure myself. It was at daybreak; my police escort had not begun work yet. Along these lines, that is the usual way of doing things I occupied with his non-attendance,” she told Accra-based Adom FM.
Security expert Adam Bonaa has asked President Akufo-Addo to sack Mavis Hawa Koomson as Minister of Special Development Initiatives after she conceded discharging a shot at an enlistment community in Kasoa.
“For me, she saying her life was in peril was an idea in retrospect, and she’s a disfavor to womanhood. If by the 12 early afternoon today and she has not surrendered, the president should fire her.
“For what reason did she go to an enrollment community with a gun and not in the organization of her security? Additionally, if she realized her life would have been at serious risk, for what reason didn’t she approach the police for security? She [Hawa Koomson] ought to have realized that employing a firearm doesn’t give you the option to release it.”