The Inspector-General of Police (IGP), James Oppong-Boanuh has visited the family of the police officer who was murdered by armed robbers at Adedenkpo, a suburb of James Town in Accra on Monday to commiserate with the family.
According to a report filed by a Joy News reporter Manuel Koranteng on the grounds, the deceased Emmanuel Osei, would have turned 26 years on June 25. Known to many as Kobby, the late Emmanuel Osei passed out of the National Police Academy and Training School less than a year ago.
This report was gathered during the short visit of the IGP to the residence of the deceased when the mother of the deceased, soaked with weeping and crying, revealed that his son will turn 26 years on this year's June 25.
"Awww Emma...Emma ehhh...I will miss you o. On the 25th of June this year, you should be celebrating your 26th birthday," the mother of the deceased police officer sadly revealed.
The Inspector General of Police disturbed by the tragic and disheartening news said that he would not allow any police to provide security service for banks conveying money with bullion vans with no bullet proofs.
The IGP has assured that the perpetrators of this atrocious act are brought behind bars. He also issued a directive to banks to ensure that they provide bullet proof bullion vans for carting money into and out of the banking hall.
Constable Emmanuel Osei, a young police officer who is unmarried died in the early afternoon of Monday, June 14, while providing security for a bullion van carting cash at Adedempo, a suburb of James Town, Accra.
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