A Ghanaian policeman identified as Fredrick Amanor, has been spotted in a video which has gone viral on social media, wrestling with and ruthlessly assaulting a nursing mother in a bank.
The yet to be identified lady, who had gone to the Midland Savings and Loans to withdraw, reported a little late after banking hours and was asked to leave. The woman who was clutching to her baby, reportedly pleaded with the bank officials to allow her make some withdrawals.
However for daring to make such appeal, Frederick Amanor Skalla, was asked to send her out of the banking hall and he did that in Rambo-style. Starting with an umbrella, the policeman allegedly hit the woman and her baby several times in the head, before he started slapping and punching her.
Not even the tears of the weeping child, will stop the policeman from continuing with his assault. He pummeled the lady and threw them out of the banking hall. However an updated report on the incident, allege that Frederick Amanor Skalla who was arrested over the incident, is currently at the Police Headquarters awaiting possible prosecution for indecent assault.
Here is the video below;
This is coming few weeks after it was reported that a nursing mother who scolded a bribe-seeking policeman, reportedly took a beating from the officer while her baby was tied to her back. The incident occurred around Adamasigba Stadium located in Ibadan, Oyo State.
The policeman, Kehinde Agbede from the Mokola Police Division was angry for being cautioned by the mother against causing an accident in a bid to collect a N50 bribe. A report gathered on Instagram, confirmed that the victim bore scars of painful slaps when the officer laid hands on her.
The new incident is one in a list of police brutality aiding in creating a wider gap between the force and the Nigerian people who are keen about seeing an end to the violence.
It appears the trademark of officers of the Nigerian Police Force (NPF) who are unrelenting in the alleged abuse on civilians.