These four are part of the team that played roles leading to clashes.
Announcing the news, the IGP said any personnel found culpable will be dealt with according to the law.
He stated “Whatever happened in terms of the policing aspect of it, we are going to look into it and take all actions that need to be taken to ensure that at the end of the day, the right thing is done. We will ensure professionalism is deepened in a way that will not put the life of anybody at risk because as police, we are here to protect lives and properties and if we can’t do that, then we might have failed in our mandate, and it is something that we don’t want to do.”
The service has admitted that an option other than the approach taken was the right step to have been taken.
On the back of this, the acting Ashanti Regional Police Commander DCOP Kwasi Akomeah-Apraku and two other senior officers have been interdicted.
Their interdiction is to pave way for a smooth investigation into the clash.
What really happened?
About 25 students were admitted after Police allegedly open fire on them while they were protesting frequent crashes of pedestrians in front of the school.
The victims were said to be part of a group of students who blocked the Abrepo Junction-Barekese road during the protest.
The angry students had massed up on the road in protest, as they called for the construction of speed ramps on that section of the road.
Meanwhile, all the students have been discharged and calm has returned to the school, making way for academic activities to proceed.