The Ghana Police Service in the attempt to arrest the murderer of a female police officer in Damango has offered an amount of 10,000 Ghana Cedis as a reward to anyone who provides an information that leads to the capture of the killer.
Constable Sandra Asiedu was stabbed and killed allegedly by her boyfriend and the Member Of Parliament for the Damango Constituency Hon.Abu Jinapor pledged 10,000 Ghana Cedis to aid in the capture of the suspect who currently in hiding;
Below is a statement by the Ghana Police Service shared on their Facebook page;
Re-Police Woman Stabbed at Damango: 10,000 Reward for Information Leading to Arrest of Suspect
An amount of ten thousand Ghana cedis (Ghc 10,000.00) has been named as reward for any person, other than a law enforcement officer, who furnishes information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person who killed Constable Sandra Asiedu at Damongo in the Savannah region.
The amount was pledged by Hon. Lawyer Abu Jinapor, Member of Parliament for Damongo Constituency and Minister for Lands and Natural Resources. He pledged the Savannah Regional Minister, Hon. Muhazu Saeed when he led a team of NPP Constituency executives to commiserate with the Police on 3rd August 2021.
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