According to Angel Fm’s midday news dubbed “orgasm news”, four people have killed after some alleged police officers stormed Nsawam Adogyire.
According to the news read by Kwadwo Dickson and Serwaa Akoto, the policemen claimed that they had an operation in the area to track down criminal activities and it led to the death of the four people because they saw them as either armed robbers or land guards.
But according to the families of the dead people, their relatives are not armed robbers or land guards and they don’t understand the reasons why the police should kill someone in his room and if they were criminals, they would have been caught in the act and not in their homes and so they want an investigation to be carried out.
They went on to say that the police service is slowing down the process of the investigation and they don’t even want to release the bodies for them and whenever they go to their office, they are given stories.
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