A Special Rask Force Unit in the Ghana Police Service within the Northern Command has apprehended four suspected criminals believed to be behind the killing of international Journalist, Sayyed Taalay Ahmed.
In a statement issued by the Public Relations Office of the Ghana Police Service, it indicates that the suscts exchanged gunshots with the team of Police personnel and in the process, some of the suspects died.
The Police have assured the general public to have faith in them because they are on top of their duties and have assured the residence that the killers would be brought to book.
They also said they are going to compel the suspects to assist them in unraveling the mystery behind the incident that led to the death of the Journalist.
The United Kingdom based Journalist died last week in line of duty while he and his crew were working on a project in the country.
According to sources, they were on their way to shoot a documentary in the Northern Region last week when robbers attacked them and shot he and his crew but they survived and he (Taalay) lost his life in thr process.
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