The Ghana Police service has shared a sad incident concerning the passing away of one of their female officers identified as Constable Sandra Asiedu in the early house of today, 2nd August, 2021 who is stationed at Damango in west the west Gonja District of the Savannah Region. The Police narrates that the Constable has been stabbed to death the information coming out from the news indicates that, she was stabbed by her boyfriend who had visited her over the weekend. Source also has it that the boyfriend is from Obuasi in the Ashanti Region.
The police have issued a press release concerning the murder and are on the search for the alleged suspect boyfriend of the constable. The police have named her boyfriend to be the prime suspect of the incident. The deceased body has been deposited at the morgue as investigation has began. One do not know what would make a man get the courage to pull a knife and kill his fellow human, Offlate the voulence and killing of people has been on a rise in the country we hope the police arrest whoever is responsible for this murder.
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