The family of the late police officer who was killed in the recently bullion van robbery, have spoken. The family of the late Constable Emmanuel Kobby Osei, have addressed the good people of Ghana on the one week observation which is being put in place the houner the good deeds of the great police man. He was a very good decorated police man, truthful, loving and caring by all according to friends. Constable Emmanuel Kobby Osei, was the man in the bullion van when it was attacked by unknown armed men.
On the 26th of June,2021 a one week observation would be held at Zoin school park, off the Adade road. According to the family all friends and sympathizers are cordially invited. Due to the good works and braveness of this man, it would be a pleasure is the government takes it upon it's self to houner him at his funeral. The police are said to be on high alert for the robber's as they have promised. According to the police nothing would stop them from arresting the culprits.
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