Following the sad incident which happened at Osu KFC in the greater Accra region. Ghana police service has started to investigate the case to the bottom.
According to their report posted on their tweeted page, they will make sure those involved in the case are arrested and prosecuted. Following the crime rate in the country the Ghana police service we do what it is to stop it.
Though we keep recording crime incidents everyday but the measures they have now put in place will eliminate it and the people of Ghana will be free from criminals who keep attacking them on the street, home, and marketplaces.
Read the statement below;
Don’t hesitate to drop your opinion on this case. If you agree Ghana Police service is using the right approach to eliminate criminals let us know in the comment section if you don’t let us know because we all need peace in the country.
A Country whereby the crime rate is highly recorded is dangerous and your life is always a risk.
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