A group of Ghana Armed Forces personnel stormed the Suame Police Station in order to rescue the officer.
This was in response to a police officer assault on a soldier at the Suame roundabout checkpoint.
The checkpoint officers arrested a man on a motorcycle, and during an argument, one of the officers slapped the man.
Apparently, the man was a military commander, so he summoned his troops and told them what the cops had done to him.
As expected, the soldiers arrived in large numbers, stormed the police station, beat up every officer present, and then released their colleague.
The police were forced to call for reinforcements, but by the time they arrived, the military men had already left.
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