Ghanaian police officers steal €7,000 from Italian couple

Four Ghanaian police officers are being investigated for allegedly stealing €7,000 from an Italian couple at Osu in the capital, Accra.

The couple Daniele Migfiorisi and Ferien Oklomode accused the law enforcers of theft after they were stopped for a random search on Monday, December 23, 2019, on their way to the airport to fly to Italy.

The four accused police officers are Cpl Amos Dery of Osu Motorbike patrols, Cpl Morgan Adjierah of RCID, Cpl John Alaldago of Bravo Rover Unit and Const. Lawson K.  Makafui of Mounted Squadron.

According to information available to, the cops stopped the couple at Salvation Army in Osu for a search. The officers then ordered the driver of the couple to drive towards the Osu Police Station for alcohol test.

“After roaming with the couple in Osu township for a while, the police officers rescinded the decision to conduct the test and left them,” a police report obtained by said.

It added: “Soon thereafter, the couple detected that cash of 7000.00 Euros had been stolen from his bag placed at where No. 46165 G/L/Cpl Amos Dery sat.”

The Osu Police command has assured the case is being investigated.

Source: Daily Mail GH

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