Following events on Ejura shooting, the president, Nana Akuffo Addo has appointed a committee to look into the cause and probably find lasting solutions to similar issues. Even though many Ghanaians do not support the establishment of the committee since they feel that the soldier that committed should only be made to face the law, the committee which is headed by Justice Kingsley Koomson is currently interviewing key persons in connection with the issue.
Police in the Ashanti Region have gunned down two suspected armed robbers throughout a shoot out at Santasi, a suburb of Kumasi. The Regional Police Command deployed a group of officers to the vicinity upon a tip-off about a theft operation closing night. Two of them had been killed in the technique while a police officer sustained injuries. Speaking at a information conference, the Deputy Ashanti Regional Police Commander, DCOP David Agyemang Adjem entreated the public to useful resource in the arrest of d
The Deputy Ashanti Regional Commander, DCOP David Agyemang Adjem has adviced residents of Kumasi and Ghanaians as a whole to be careful this festive season on what they post on social media.
We will tighten up security this Christmas - Deputy Ashanti regional police commander tells Ghanaian
The Ashanti regional police command has sent a word of caution to the general public ahead of the coming Christmas. Business is going to pick up as we approach the Christmas and it is important that people take caution in their movement to protect themselves from any impending harm. Speaking on Hello FM this morning on Akoko Abon show, the deputy Ashanti regional police commander emphasized their preparedness to deepen their efforts in providing security to the general public, especially the market areas. The
In a viral social media video of siblings displaying firearms, police find no proof of armed robbery
The Ashanti Regional Police Command says it has no proof of armed robbery against three brothers who were arrested after a viral social media video showed them brandishing guns. Officials with the command claim they have yet to receive any complaints about the suspects' involvement in any wrongdoing.