Editor-in-Chief of the Perception newspaper, Kwesi Pratt has counseled the Inspector Normal of Police (IGP) Dr. George Akuffo Dampare and his officers for clamping down on the perpetrators of the homicide of Imoro Sherrif, a soldier.
The 22-year outdated trooper was stabbed to dying at Ashaiman and the assailants bolted away along with his iphone.
Following the dying of the younger soldier, a bunch of soldier, in what they known as a sanctioned operation, raided the Ashaiman group whipping the residents mercilessly.
Among the residents had been pulled out of their properties and overwhelmed to stupor by the troopers however the troopers had been unable to establish the culprits.
The Police, of their investigations, have proceeded to arrest six suspects; Safianu Musah alias Dayorgu, Ibrahim Abdul Rakib, Samuel Tetteh alias Wiper, Abubakar Sadick alias Birdman, Yussif Mohammed and Abdul Gafaru Abdul Karim.
Two of the suspects are mentioned to be instantly concerned within the soldier’s homicide and the opposite 4 are charged for dishonestly possessing the deceased’s cellphone.
Kwesi Pratt applauded the IGP and the Police administration for utilizing professsional methodology in coping with the incident and the arrest of the suspects, in contrast to the troopers who selected to terrorize the residents at Ashaiman.
“We now have good Cops in Ghana who when well-equipped and motivated will do a terrific job. We are going to commend the IGP and his officers for doing an excellent job . . . they’ve proven us that there’s a skilled manner for doing issues which convey outcomes. We thank them enormously,” he mentioned on Peace FM’s “Kokrokoo” morning present.
Supply: Ameyaw Adu Gyamfi/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana
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