Ghanaian actress, Lydia Forson has commended that recent activities by the Ghana Police Service.
According to her, the police is doing everything within its power to prove that no one in Ghana is above the law, however, she stated that there is one that needs to be that to make Ghanaians believe them.
In her view, the surest way for people to believe the police is really proving that no one is above the law is to hold lawmakers equally accountable for their actions.
She made this known in a recent post she made on her verified social media handle on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter.
The post she made reads;
“Clearly @GhPoliceService is working extremely hard at proving that none is above the law; their effort mustn’t be overlooked but rather should be commended.
Might I suggest that the surest way for people to BELIEVE this is to hold lawmakers equally accountable for their actions?
I also hope that just as we can’t use hashtags to free people, others aren’t remanded in custody only based on sentiments, but by law.
I don’t like what you said/did doesn’t mean a law was broken.
Lastly, If we truly want things to be better, we all must play our part.”