Woman beaten by police takes delivery of two-bedroom house from Midland

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Sat, 4 Aug 2018 Source: yen.com.gh

YEN.com.gh earlier reported the story of Midland Savings and Loans promising the woman beaten by police officer a two bedroom house.

Information gathered by YEN from Myjoyonline.com indicates that the two-bedroom house has finally been handed over the the woman by name Madam Patience Sarfo.

In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Madam Sarfo is captured in the company of others suspected to be her family members.

They were with officers of Midland and they are seen inspecting the rooms in the house.

At a point, she was captured smiling briefly to herself, as if the say she is relieved of the pain and embarrassment she felt in the hands of the police officer.

She had gone to the financial institution to withdraw her GHC270 ‘susu’ she had saved with them.

Midland was said to be facing financial challenges and faced a possible liquidation, there she went there to withdraw all her savings.

However, she was not served after many days of going to the banking hall.

On the fateful day of Friday, July 20, 2018, she refused to leave the banking hall after she went there early in the morning.

Madam Sarfo insisted on withdrawing her cash, but a bank officer ordered the police officer on duty, Lance Corporal Fredrick Amanor Skalla, to drive her out.

Corporal Skalla lost his patience and started beating the woman because she refused to go out of the banking hall.

In a video that went viral and published by YEN.com.gh, Skalla was captured punching Madam Sarfo as if they were in a boxing ring.

She dragged her on the floor, and seriously abused her physically. Ghanaians got angry and verbally attacked the policeman who is currently in police custody and going to court.

Meanwhile, Corporal Skalla has pleaded not guilty before an Accra Circuit Court and expected to appear again on August 9, 2018.

Source: yen.com.gh
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