The Deputy Director for the National Disaster Management Organization (NaDMO) in the Nabdam District has been killed by three unidentified outfitted men in the Upper East Region.
The horrifying occurrence is said to have happened at the Pelungu market on Saturday, February 27.
The Public Affairs Officer of the Regional Police Command, Assistant Superintendent, David Fianko-Okyere who gave an affirmation on the homicide said the Police got a call announcing a theft episode at around 7 pm on Saturday.
Upon appearance, he demonstrated that the burglars had gotten away and cleared a path for certain 10 cell phones and a measure of GH¢750 in the wake of assaulting two shops at the Pelungu market.
As indicated by him, from the records of witnesses, the NaDMO Deputy Director was shot while endeavoring to escape in the wake of being advised to get down from a motorbike and lie on the ground.
Colleague Superintendent, David Fianko-Okyere uncovered that furnished group subsequent to shooting Mr Kulkong left the scene on an unregistered Apsonic motorbike.
As per him, the three unidentified men who were taking part in a Mobile Money exchange were left unattended by the specialist subsequent to detecting threat.
A few hours after the fact, Mr Kulkong who showed up to take part in an exchange met his inauspicious demise.
In the interim, the remaining parts of Dominic Kulkong has been delivered to the family for entombment.
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