10k ghç Pledged For Anyone Who Provide Any New Evidence Into The Killing Of Police Woman At Damongo.
The sudden and circumstantial death of Constable Sandra Asiedu at her residence at Damongo in the Savannah region has shocked a lot of people. She was found in her bed with stabbed wounds on her body indicating that there was foul play or she was probably murdered.Picture obtained from modernghana.com
The initial suspect was her boyfriend whose father was picked up for questioning. The Ghana Police Service on their official Facebook page has released a statement to improve the investigation into the death of their colleague. There is an amount of ghç 10,000 set as a reward for anyone who could provide any information leading to the arrest and conviction of the perpetrator. This reward is not for the policemen handling the investigation. Member of Parliament for the Damongo Constituency, Hon. Lawyer Abu Jinapor, pledged this amount of money through the regional minister, Hon. Muhazu Saeed on the 3rd of August 2021.
It is our hope that this reward yields the intended result in the investigation and that Constable Asiedu Sandra gets the justice she deserved.
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