Police woman dies ‘mysteriously’ at prayer camp

Police woman dies ‘mysteriously’ at prayer camp

A police woman identified as Corporal Elizabeth Ahoa has died under strange circumstances at a prayer camp at Half Assini in the Western Region.

According a news report by Mynewsgh.com, the deceased police woman was on a sick leave and had gone to her home town, Half Assini to receive treatment when the unfortunate happened.

The late Elizabeth Ahoa’s superiors received information that she had died at a prayer camp.

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Managers of the Adjazer Prayer Camp are currently being interrogated by the police over circumstances that led to the death of the police officer.

Meanwhile, the body of the deceased police woman has been deposited at Half Assini government hospital morgue for preservation.

This comes at a time the Ghana Health Service (GHS) has observed patients in the country continue to be subjected to all forms of inhumane treatment without recourse to their conditions in prayer camps.

Director General of the Ghana Health Service, Dr Nsiah Asare noted that patients continue to die under dehumanizing and degrading conditions at various prayer camps.

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Their fundamental human rights are abused at these prayer camps where some are even chained, starved and whipped. It will shock you to know that some of them are sometimes chained and left under the mercy of the bad weather”, he stated.

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