Another sad news hits the country as Kennedy Agyapong confirms the death of his police commander this morning.
He was stationed at the Nzema East District Police Command, and had remained at post since 2018. He had in his past service headed at the Kwesimintsim District Police Service.
According to Hon.Kennedy Agyapong, the late Superintendent Thomas Bayor condition became worse when he was serving at the Kwesimnintsim District Police Service so they had no choice to transfer him to the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital for good treatment.
This sad news happened this morning the 11th of April 2021.
Just this morning,Hon.Kennedy Agyapong took to his facebook page and he wrote;
I am severely hit by another sad news this morning as one of my commander of police is confirm dead after battling with an unexplained illness which has lead to his untimely death.This is the third time i have confirm the death of my police commanders.I am very sad this morning.RIP Superintendent Thomas Bayo.
Below is the picture of Superintendent Thomas Bayor
His body is now at the police hospital in Accra.
This is very sad.
RIP Superintendent Thomas Mayor.
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