Embattled former Director of Transformation of the Ghana Police Service, ACP Dr Benjamin Agordzo, has finally spoken after being granted bail on Tuesday.
The Police Chief, who has been in the custody of the Bureau of National Investigations, Ministries Police cells and the Inspector-General of Police for almost three months said he loves his country so dearly that he will never do anything to disturb the relative peace being enjoyed in Ghana taking into account his experiences in other countries.
“Having spent about six years of my life in peace keeping missions in Sudan, Somalia and Haiti and witnessed how conflicts have ravaged those countries, I will be the last person to do anything to derail the strides we’ve made in democratic development,” he posted on his Facebook page, sighted by Adomonline.com.
Dr Agordzo was on Tuesday granted a self-recognisance bail to the tune of GH¢500,000 by the Accra High Court pending a trial, presided over by Justice Charles Ekow Baiden, who ordered the embattled police chief to submit his passport to the Court Registrar.
Earlier, there were reports the State intended appealing the bail but he was subsequently released and is reunited with his family.
It was from home that he posted the article below: