The Ghana Police Service has served noticed that it will reward 10,000 Cedis to anyone who offers credible information that could lead to the arrest of suspects who recently vandalised a radio station at Ada in the Greater Accra Region. News of the reward is contained in a statement issued this morning and signed by Supt. Alexander Kwaku Obeng, director of Public affairs.
According to the police, a team from Accra are currently supporting the Ada Divisional Command to investigate last Thursday's incident and to ensure the culprits are brought to justice. The police have therefore urged the staff of the affected radio station, residents of Ada and the general public to remain calm while efforts are made to unravel the situation.
Meanwhile, the Tema Regional Police Commander and his team yesterday engaged management and staff of the Ada Radio to brief them on investigations and have also placed a psychologists at their disposal with the hope they will be helped to overcome the trauma of having their station vandalised.
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