- Court has issued warrant for the arrest of the the arrest of the six suspected killers
- All of the suspects are currently on a hide within Ghana and neighboring cote d'ivoire
The Ghana Police Service have intensified a serious manhunt for six persons believed to be involved in the murder of Major Maxwell Mahama at Denkyira-Obuasi in May this year.
According to a report put up by Daily Guide, an Accra Central Magistrate Court has issued a warrant for the immediate arrest of the six suspected killers.
The report gave the names of the suspects as, Yaw Amankwa aka Bulla, Nana Kwadwo aka Nana Ajo, Maame Dedeekor, Tikwah, Yaw Boadu and Kofi Ahenkora.
All the suspects are believed to be hiding in Ghana and neighboring, Cote d'ivoire.
The suspects are alleged to have played various roles in the killing of the late army officer while on duty at Denkyira-Obuasi.
Reports say, Yaw Amankwa, Yaw Annor and Kwesi Asante, are alleged to have fired a gun at the late soldier, before he was attacked and lynched by the mob.
An autopsy conducted by Korle-Bu teaching hospital discovered two bullets in the soldier’s body as well as some gunshot wounds.
A statement issued and signed by ASP Olivia Turkson, the PRO of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service, indicated that one of the suspects Bulla, is about five feet, five inches tall, slim built with black hair, brown eyes and medium ears.
Madam Dedeekor is also believed to be in her early 50s, dark in complexion and is about four feet eight inches tall.
She is from the Volta Region and she is believed to be hiding somewhere in Aflao.
The four others, the statement indicated, are suspected to be hiding within the country. The Police is therefore urging the public to volunteer information to the arrest of the six suspects.
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