The management of Midland Savings and Loans has condemned the assault of a nursing mother by a police officer on guard duty at one of its branches.
They have gone further to state that they would compensate the nursing mother who was abused by the police officer.
According to the Public Relations Officer of Midlands Savings and Loans, George Hagan, the company has reached out to the woman.
Midland in a statement said the necessary action will be taken to ensure that the victim gets justice.
“We wish to render an unqualified apology to the customer in question and the general public for the uncivilized act.”
“We have reported the matter to the police for the necessary action to be taken to ensure our client gets justice. We want to assure the public that we are an institution that really cares about the welfare and safety of our customers.”
In the video, the police officer, who was armed with an assault rifle, is seen striking the woman, who was holding her baby, multiple times on the head, first with an umbrella, and then with his fists.
After a social media uproar, a team of police officers arrested Federick Amanor.