The Ghana Police Hospital has announced the mass burial for bodies that have been in their morgue for some time now. Many bodies have flooded the Ghana Police Hospital mortuary which is making works difficult for the workers in the hospital's mortuary. Most of these bodies are bodies that nobody has claimed since they were brought to the Ghana Police Hospital mortuary.
According to a press statement dated August 23 2021 and signed DSPMR. Yaw Nketia-Yeboah which is shared on the various social media pages of the Ghana Police Service, the service wishes to remind the general public that there will be a mass burial for unidentified bodies in the Ghana Police Service Hospital mortuary.
"We wish to remind the general public that the Police Hospital will embark on the mass burial of unclaimed and unidentified bodies as already announced by the Hospital", the service stated.
The Ghana Police Service Hospital embarked on phase one of the mass burial where they buried Two Hundred (200) bodies.
"The general public is hereby reminded of the mass burial disseminated by various media from July 05, 2021, involving Two Hundred (200) unclaimed and unknown bodies to decongest the mortuary of the Ghana Police Hospital", the service added.
According to the service, the second phase of the mass burial is about to begin by the close of work this week.
The Ghana Police Service Hospital further urges the general public to contact the hospital to identify their beloved ones' before the mass burial.
The Ghana Police Service Hospital said, "It would therefore be appreciated if members of the public make efforts to contact the Pathology Department of the hospital from today Monday, August 23, 2021, to help identify the bodies".
"This is to avert a situation whereby such bodies are added to those earmarked for the mass burial".
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