The Ghana Police Service drove by IGP George Akuffo Dampare was keen in capturing the suspect behind the Abesim frightful killings. Richard Appiah is confronting judgment yet the inquiry many individuals are posing is what equity will be served to the meant for families.
Various stories have sprung up since Richard Appiah was captured. One of the issue is that Richard Appiah is having some psychological issues and the agents are directing clinical assessments to affirm current realities. Nonetheless, Ghanaians and different inhabitants at Abesim have dismissed the case by demonstrating that Richard Appiah is exceptionally strong and there is nothing off about him.
The dad of Stephen Sarpong, the kid who was killed by Richard Appiah has protested those cases. Mr. Yeboah Asuama has covered his child in a serious way and had just one wish. He appear to have a great deal of confidence in the initiative of IGP George Akuffo Dampare to guarantee equity wins. Later after the internment, Mr. Yeboah Asuama demonstrated that IGP George Akuffo Dampare is a man of honesty and can't baffle him in the preliminary of the case which is at present forthcoming in court.
He needs the police to dive profound into the conditions prompting the demise of his youngster and guarantee that Richard Appiah pays for what he has done. He doesn't need the police to conceal and free the suspect later. The spirit of the young men killed and put away in a cooler interest equity and that is actually what Mr. Yeboah Asuman needs from IGP George Akuffo Dampare.
It is accepted that similarly as IGP George Akuffo Dampare has made some milestone captures since he assumed control over the workplace as the Inspector General of Police, he will guarantee equity is properly served on the Abesim killing. It was a pitiful environment when the little fellow, Stephen Sarpong was being covered
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