The Ghana Police Service Criminal Investigation Department's boss COP Isaac Yeboah has disclosed the reason why a suspect in their custody killed the Sogakope South Assemblyman.
The Assemblyman for the Sogakope South Electoral Area, Marcus Mawutor Adzahli, has was shot dead one Sunday morning at around 1:00 AM at his residence in Sogakope.
The assailants, numbering about eight, reportedly stormed the victim’s house wielding guns and cement blocks amidst sporadic shooting.
Many had the view of contract killing but the Police CID today ruled that out. According to the CID boss, the suspect confided in the police that the late Mawutor Adzahili didn't comply by his orders of surrendering what they needed easily. Hence he shot him dead.
The Police CID today had met with the media to brief them on police activities regarding cases of national interest. The boss assured the general public through the media of doing everything possible to bring the case to a close through the rightful channel of the law.
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