Yesterday after Jane Naana Opoku Agyemang bemoaned the state of insecurity in the country, the Ahafo Regional police command took upon themselves to begin intensive investigation into the killing of timber contractor at Mim in the Asunafo North Municipality of the Ahafo Region
Yesterday Jane Naana Opoku Agyemang was with the family of Akwasi Banahene who was killed by unknown persons over the weekend. The Ahafo Regional Police Command has urged the residents of Mim to volunteer any information they have on the killing of the man
The Public Relations Officer of Ahafo Regional Police Command, ASP Kwame Loh in an interview with First News has revealed that serious investigations are underway and the perpetrators will soon be brought to book
According the ASP, no arrests have been made yet but they hope the public will volunteer with any information they have that can help speed up the investigation
Mr Akwasi Banahene was a staunch supporter of the National Democratic Congress and has given his best in support of the Party. Jane Naana Opoku Agyemang joined the family yesterday where she urged for the quick investigation into the murder.
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