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Chief Inspector James Issaka Aromah To Be Buried Today

Chief Inspector James Issaka Aromah, one of the members of the highly trained police Anti-robbery tasked that died after their vehicle crashed when they were pursuing criminals on the Tamale-Bolgatanga Highway will be laid to rest today.

The Inspector, stationed at the Walewale Divisional Police Command died alongside two other officers after they responded to a distress call and were on their way to truncate a robbery operation in October, this year.

Here is the Ghana Police Service Tribute for the late Officer

You Are Indeed A Hero, Rest In Perfect Peace 

Today we bid farewell to our brother, our colleague and hero, Chief Inspector James Issaka Aromah who died in a motor accident while responding to a robbery incident on the Tamale-Walewale highway. 

Chief Aroma, as he was affectionately called, was the leader of an anti-robbery taskforce deployed to counter robbery activities and ensure the safety of commuters on the highway. He led his team to perform creditably until his untimely death on 21st October, 2021.

Chief Inspector James Issaka Aromah was enlisted into the Ghana Police Service on 4th July, 1995. He was so passionate about his work and performed all assigned tasks with so much dedication and a high sense of duty. 

Chief, as you are laid to rest today, Saturday 27th November, 2021, we pray that you have everlasting rest with the Lord. Indeed, you served your nation well, you gave your all and paid the ultimate price. We can never thank you enough. 


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Aroma Buried Ghana Police Service James Issaka Aromah Walewale Divisional Police Command


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