The family, sympathisers, and all well-wishers say they are yet to recover from the tragedy of the circumstance surrounding Joyce Amankwah's death The family last two weeks flee the community 24 hours after the incident out of fear for their lives following the event.
Madam Joyce Amankwah and a police constable on escort duty were killed when armed robbers attacked a bullion van in the area few weeks ago.
The family however has set July 24 to send home Madam Joyce. It follows the release of the body to them by the police after the June 14 incident at Adedenkpo.
At an event to mark the commemoration of her death, the relatives appealed to the police to fast–track investigations to bring the perpetrators to book.
As she is buried, many wonder if they and their families and properties are safe from the clutches of arm robbers.
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