Albert Donkor dies sparking war in Nkoranza Prisoners freed out from chains in Nkoranza The youth of Nkoranza in the Bono East Region has been a serious case as they attacked the Municipal Police headquarters, demanding justice for Albert Donkor, a 27year-old trader who was allegedly killed while in Police custody. The attack, which was in protest of the death of Albert Donkor, a robbery suspect, led to the death of one person and five injured citizens as well, The youth suspect the police killed Donkor while he was in their custody and want justice.. The minister has, therefore, called on the angry youth of the area who attacked a police station over the killing of their townsman to remain calm.The minister has, therefore, called on the angry youth of the area who attacked a police station over the killing of their townsman to remain calm.... Bono East Regional Minister Kwasi Adu Gjan says .The minister has, therefore, called on the angry youth of the area who attacked a police station over the killing of their townsman to remain calm.... Bono East Regional Minister Kwasi Adu Gjan says.The IGP, according to the police, has constituted a high-powered delegation led by COP Christian Tetteh Yohuno, the Director-General/Administration to visit Nkoranza today, Wednesday, 18 May 2022, to engage stakeholders over the death of Mr Albert Donkor........ The Ghana Police Service indicated in a statement that the Inspector General Police (IGP) has spoken to the family of the deceased on the phone to stay calm .... They are hopeful that the court’s intervention will allow for thorough investigations into his death.
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