Ghana Prison Service heard a sad news this Sunday 10th October 2021. The news news is all about death and Death has finally took one of the hard working and selflessnes prison Officer Away. Even though the exact cause of his death is not known, but is alleged that DSP Paul battled with a small illness before passing Away.
The news about the death of DSP Paul the Prison Officer was announced by the Manager of Sky Boss traveling and tours by his name Mr Joseph but famously known as Better Days. The Manager for Sky Boss posted disclosed the death of DSP Paul in thier companies WhatsApp group with the Caption " He is one of our Loyal Customer. He has passed on Today. Hmm May jis soul rest in peace."
Upon seeing this announcement, some of the members in the group who knew DSP Paul in Kete Krachi In the Oti Region Of Ghana, drops sad comments. As many said rest in Peace DSP Paul our second in Command Prison Officer.
Below are some reactions from the group members.
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