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Yvonne Nelson calls out police for not arresting assailant



In from Ahmed Boulor

Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson is angry at the Ghanaian police authorities in Accra for failing to apprehend her assailant even after she has lodged an official complain.

The actress was reportedly assaulted weeks ago by a certain guy named Elvis and the actress swiftly reported the incident to the police but the case is still pending and the actress is disappointed as regards the slow nature of progress of the police in arresting the suspect.

Yvonne was furious when asked about the reason why her assailant had not been summoned over for questioning by the authorities in Ghana saying it is a little weird Elvis has not been arrested.

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“I have no idea why he has not been arrested; maybe you should go to the Airport Police Station and find out from them. It’s a little shady; it’s a little weird that they haven’t arrested him. I mean, someone who is wanted is granting interviews, how is that possible. The police know where he lives, they know all the details so it’s up to them, if they tell you they haven’t done anything then blame them.”

Responding to Yvonne Nelson’s comments, the crime officer in charge of the Airport police station in Accra had this much to say; “So she wants us to go to Nigeria and look for just an assault suspect? Is it a murder? The information now is that, the guy is in town so we’ll make the two of them come to meet commander and we’ll see what we can do.”

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