Headquarters Visits Pramkese to Mourn the Dead, Assure the Injured and the Traumatised.
On behalf of the Inspector-General of Police, the Director-General Welfare COP Mrs Maame Yaa Tiwaa Addo-Danquah has led a team from the Police Headquarters and Eastern Regional Police Command to Pramkese; to commiserate with officers, the widow and family of our departed colleague Seargent Moses Tetteh Nartey, who was murdered by armed robbers at Pramkese in the Eastern Region on 1st February 2021, when he led a team of Police Officers to respond to a distress call of ongoing robbery.
The team also visited Corporal Christian Ofori Totimeh who sustained gunshot wounds and was on admission at St Dominic’s Hospital Akwatia, receiving treatment.
COP Maame Tiwaa also interacted with Corporal Apaka Ibrahim and Corporal Isaac Owusu Frimpong who were part of the team that responded to the Robbery incident. “They will receive further psychological support for the trauma they have gone through”, she assured.
The team also visited the Chiefs and elders of Pramkese to thank them for their support to the Police. The crime scene was also visited for the team to obtain first-hand information.
May the soul of Sgt. Tetteh Nartey and that of all departed Police Officers have eternal rest and speedy recovery to the injured.
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