Police in the Northern Region have pledged 10,000 Cedis reward for anybody or group of people who will volunteer credible information that will help in the arrest of killers of Issah Ziblim, driver of the District Chief Executive of Karaga. The driver was murdered on Saturday, May 29, at Yamokaraga when he was returning to Karaga following a short trip to Tamale, the regional capital. His body which was discovered the following day with gunshot wounds to his head was deposited at the Tamale Teaching Hospital for autopsy but was eventually released to the family for burial.
With no arrest made since and preliminary investigations revealing very little, the police have now moved to offer cash package to anyone who will assist them with information to apprehend the assailants. Regional Police Chief, COP Timothy Bonga Yoosa during a media briefings on Tuesday[June 21] in Tamale told reporters that after killing the driver, the criminals made away with his mobile phone and some official documents from the car.
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