Man Who Killed 3 Kids And Stored In His Fridge At Sunyani Refuses To Speak As IGP Boldly Give Orders
According to the Bono Regional Police command, efforts to let the suspect Speak and explain why he killed the three Children and stored has proven futile. " As at filing this report, he is Faking to be dumb. When you ask him anything he looks at your face like he isn't the one you're communicating with.
The Ghana Police Service led by the Bono Regional Police command has Received another top notch evidence against Richard Gyamfi Appiah who murdered the innocent boys at Abesim. The evidence included two sharp cutlasses covered all over with blood. " Two sharp cutlasses used to commit the crime by the suspect has been retrieved and handed over to the appropriate Authorities for further action" A portion of the official release read.
The sudden sad incident that occurred last week in Dormaa West District having its capital as Nkrankwanta which involved man's shoot up, the Bono Regional Police PRO, Chief Inspector Ausgustine Kingsley Kwaku Oppong has briefed the media. In between Nkrankwanta and Dormaa Ahenkro situated a large stretches of tropical rain forest that is owned by the Government of Ghana. With this, the forest is protected from illegal felling of trees and it includes routine patrols of Soldiers and Forestry Officers. According
The Bono Regional Police Headquarters have today, February 8, 2021 releases a press statement over a video circulating on social media involving a purported police man in a jubilant mood. This was posted on the official Facebook page of the Ghana Police Service (@Ghana Police Service) According to the text that accompany the purported video, the policeman was jubilating over his promotion when someone dropped something into the disposable cup with drink in his hand. This, the text claimed subsequently killed
Road accident is one of the most underrated killers in Ghana which has killed more people that malaria or any other deadly diseases.According to reports by the Bono Regional Police Motor Traffic and Transport Department, a total of 50 people have lost their lives to road accident between January and May
At a short ceremony on April 20th, 2021, the University of Energy and Natural Resources, led by Vice Chancellor Prof. Elvis Asare-Bediako and the Bono Regional Police Command, commissioned a police post initiated and sponsored by its Students' Representative Council (SRC).It can be recalled that the project was launched by the SRC's Joseph Adomako-led administration in 2020, when crime rates had risen, especially along the GETFund Hostel-Zinko stretch, where the facility is located.
One police allegedly shot his colleague police personnel during patrol operations in Bono Region. The deceased police officer,Rexford Amoako, together with his colleagues were deployed from Sunyani last Monday, 10th August,2020, for highway patrol duties within Dormaa where the unfortunate incident occurred. He almost survived the shot but the Rapid Deployment Force (RDF) of the Bono Regional Police Command has has however confirmed that Corporal Rexford Amoako is dead, some hours after he was shot by another
Bono Regional Police have captured seven additional individuals suspected to have joins with last Saturday's conflict between certain supporters of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) at Nkrankwanta that brought about the passing of one individual and wounds to two individuals. The seven were captured on Monday, August 10, 2020. The episode occurred at Nkrankwanta in the Dormaa West District following a contradiction between the two gatherings. Realistic Online's reporter
A cop has 'unintentionally' shot and slaughtered his associate official at Diabaa timberland in the Dormaa West District. The expired is General Lance Corporal Kyeremeh Amoako. The casualty who hailed from Dormaa Aboabo kicked the bucket in a flash in the woods. The occurrence happened on Monday during a police activity at the Diabaa timberland stores to forestall the tasks of cutting tool administrators in the woodland. The Bono Regional Police Public Relations official, Chief Inspector Kingsley Oppong,