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Full Details of the 14 police officers who died in the line of duty in 2020

A Police Memorial Day, Flag Raising and Wreath Laying Ceremony occurred at the Cenotaph of the National Police Training School, Tesano for Fourteen Police Officers kicked the bucket in the line of obligation this year. 


The current number connotes an expansion of six over the eight lives lost by the Ghana Police Service a year ago. 


The expired officials were advanced after death by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo who was the Guest of Honor at the function. 


1.They incorporate two Police Chief Inspectors and two Police Inspectors. The rest are three General Sergeants, four General Corporals and three General Lance Corporals. 


The officials were shot because of theft assaults, wrecked by vehicles and others were associated with mishaps. 


Discover full subtleties beneath 

2.The late Chief Inspector Justice Aryee was enrolled into the Ghana Police Service on fifteenth November, 1992 and dropped from the National Police Training School, Accra on 26th November, 1993. 


Subsequent to preparing, he was presented on Tema Community One Police Station in the Tema Region and later to the Regional CID/Tema. He likewise served at the Arms and Ammunitions Unit of the Greater Accra Regional CID. On 27th April, 2020 at about 8:30pm at Kpone, he was on his route home from work when an articulator truck run into his Toyota Corolla vehicle slaughtering him immediately. 

3.The late Inspector Moses Appiah was enrolled into the Ghana Police Service on fifth May, 2003. He dropped from the National Police Training School, Accra on seventh November, 2003. 


Subsequent to preparing, he was presented on the Upper East Regional Headquarters in Bolgatanga. He likewise served at the Eastern Regional Headquarters, Koforidua, Assin Fosu Divisional Headquarters in the Central Region and Divisional MTTD, Madina in Accra Region. 

On 28th February, 2020 at about 11:00 while he was working at the Theological Seminary close to the University of Ghana, Legon, he was wrecked by a passage transport and was articulated dead on landing in 37 Military Hospital. 


Moses Appiah was a sergeant at the hour of death, however was post mortem elevated to the position of Inspector with impact from 28th February, 2020. 


4.The late Inspector Edwin Adzokpe was enrolled into the Ghana Police Service on 30th February, 2006. He dropped from the Regional Police Training School, Ho in the Volta Region on sixteenth August, 2006. 


Subsequent to preparing, he was presented on Communication Unit, National Headquarters. He likewise served at the National Headquarters Motor Bike Patrol Unit (Rovers). 


On Friday sixteenth May, 2020 he was associated with a mishap while driving his allocated Service Motorbike throughout obligation at Adiembra Donkorkrom. He was shipped off the closest medical clinic, which alluded him to the Police Hospital, Accra. While being moved to Accra, his condition got basic and was shipped off Oseim Hospital in the Eastern Region where he was articulated dead on appearance. 

Examiner Edwin Adzokpe was a Sergeant at the hour of death, yet was post mortem elevated to the position of Inspector with impact from sixteenth May, 2020. 


5.The late No. 45046 Seargeant Takaazine Tabong was enrolled into the Ghana Police Service on nineteenth September, 2008 and dropped from the Regional Police Training School, Pwalugu in the Upper East Region on 24th April, 2009. 

Subsequent to preparing, he was presented on the Bono Regional Headquarters, Sunyani on 24th April, 2009 and later presented on Atebubu District Headquarters. 


On eighth June, 2020 while he was on Patrol obligation with associates, he was wrecked and slaughtered by a speculate transporter. 


TaakazineTagbong was a Corporal at the hour of death however was elevated after death to the position of Sergeant with impact from eighth June, 2020. 


.6The late No. 47504 Corporal Nelson Agoha was enrolled into Ghana Police Service on twentieth December, 2011 and dropped from the Regional Police Training School, Kumasi in the Ashanti Region on fifteenth June, 2012. 

Subsequent to preparing, he was presented on the Regional Headquarters, Tamale in the Northern Region on tenth July, 2012. 


On 24th July 2020, while he was on snap check obligation with associates, he was wrecked by a vehicle, executed him immediately. 


Nelson Agoha was a Lance Corporal at the hour of death, however was elevated post mortem to the position of Corporal with impact from 24th July, 2020. 


7.The late No. 51076 Corporal Rexford Amoako was enrolled into the Ghana Police Service on 22nd March, 2013 and dropped from the Regional Training School, Kumasi in the Ashanti Region on 31st October, 2013. 


Subsequent to preparing, he was presented on Bono Regional Rapid Deployment Force (RDF) Sunyani on ninth July, 2014. 


On tenth August 2020, while filling in as the Service Driver of the Service vehicle for watch obligation with associates, they reacted to a misery call of a theft and continued to the scene. At the location of wrongdoing, the rifle of one of his associates went off slaughtering him. 


Rexford Amoako was a Lance Corporal at the hour of death yet was elevated after death to the position of Corporal with impact from tenth August, 2020. 


8.The late No. 45468 Corporal Muniru Gomina Bachugachin was enrolled into Ghana Police Service on 24th November 2008 and dropped from the Regional Training School, Kumasi in the Ashanti Region on seventh August, 2009. 

In the wake of preparing, he was presented on Tema Police Regional Headquarters on eleventh September, 2009 and in this way presented on Tema Marine and Harbor on seventeenth September, 2009. 


On thirteenth March, 2020, he was engaged with a street car crash on his approach to obligation and passed on simultaneously. 


9.The late No. 50287 Lance Corporal Amedious Akwasi Boateng was enrolled into the Ghana Police Service on 23rd September, 2012 and dropped from the Regional Training School, Koforidua in the Eastern Region on twentieth June, 2013. 

Subsequent to preparing, he was presented on Ashanti Regional Headquarters, Kumasi and later moved to Obuasi Station on sixth July, 2013. 


On fifteenth July, 2020, while he was on watch obligation with four different associates, the group reacted to a misery call about a burglary episode and boarded a kayak to the theft scene. The kayak upset and he got suffocated with one other official in the Oda stream. 


10.The late No. 48515 Lance Corporal Stephen Kyeremeh was enrolled into Ghana Police Service on tenth April, 2012 and dropped from Regional Police Training School, Pwalugu in the Upper West Region on nineteenth October, 2012. 

In the wake of preparing, he was presented on Regional Headquarters, Kumasi and further moved to Obuasi Station on nineteenth October, 2012. 


On fifteenth July, 2020, while he was on watch obligation with four different associates, the group reacted to a misery call about a burglary episode and boarded a kayak to the theft scene. The kayak upset and he got suffocated with one other official in the Oda stream. 


11.The late No. 48936 Corporal Ernest Oteng Kwame Marfo was enrolled into the Ghana Police Service on seventh September 2012, and dropped from National Police Training School, Accra on first March, 2013. 

Subsequent to preparing, he was presented on Walewale in the North East Region on 27th August, 2013. 


On the nineteenth September, 2020, while on watch obligation with his associates as a Service driver, a vehicle ran into the squad car which came about into his passing. 


Ernest Oteng was a Lance Corporal at the hour of death, however was elevated post mortem to the position of Corporal with impact from nineteenth September 2020. 


12.The late No. 49006 Lance Corporal Christian Kwasi Amenuvor was enrolled into the Ghana Police Service on seventh September, 2012 and dropped from the National Police Training School, Accra on first March, 2013. 

Subsequent to preparing, he was presented on the National Patrol Department, Accra on 27th March, 2013. 


On thirteenth December, 2019, while riding home on his engine bike after activity battle night watch obligation, he was wrecked by a vehicle bringing about his demise. 


13.The late No. 41036 G/Sgt. Solomon Amuure was enrolled into the Ghana Police Service on 21st April, 2006 and dropped from the Police Training School, Koforidua in the Eastern Region on first November, 2006. 

In the wake of preparing, he was presented on the Upper West Police Regional Headquarters, Wa on first May, 2007. 


On 24th August 2020, a truck fell on him while he was on hindrance obligation at Kadelso Police obstruction on the Kintampo-Tamale street bringing about his passing. 


14. The late No. 42485 G/Sgt. Hifzullah Salihu was enrolled into the Ghana Police Service on thirteenth April, 2007; he dropped from the Police Training School Winneba, Central Region on twelfth October, 2007. 


Subsequent to preparing, he was presented on the Central Regional Operations on first May 2007 where he was since positioned. 


On Monday, 24th October, 2020, he was wrecked by a truck while working at the Greenfield police snap check point close to Apam which came about into his passing. 

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