Police in the Northern Region have mounted search for alleged killers of Mr Ziblim Issah, driver of the District Chief Executive. The driver was shot dead by unidentified gunmen on the Tamale-Karaga main road. Mr Issah was shot and killed at Yamoh-Karaga by unknown gunmen , when he was returning to Karaga from Tamale in the vehicle.
The northern Regional Crime Officer, Superintendent Bernard B Ananga, who confirmed the story, told the media that the police have already launched investigation into the matter, and gave the assurance that the police would work hard to arrest the killers.
Supt Bernard Anaga appealed to the public and media to assist the police in the fight against crime in the country, saying commuters have expressed concerns over ascendency of armed robbery in the area, And said the area and country as a whole will be a peaceful one without these killers so the police are here to make sure they are arrested before they know it.
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