Sgt. Richard Owusu, a Ghanaian police officer who is reported to be suffering from a severe kidney disease has been captured in an emotional photo during a visit by his superior, COP Dr. George Akuffo Dampare.
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Sgt. Richard Owusu has reportedly been suffering from a serious kidney crisis and has been visiting the hospital frequently for medical check-ups.
The Ghanaian police officer, whose health has been deteriorating has not been visited by his working colleagues for years.
In this very photo, COP Dr. George Akuffo Dampare visited Sgt. Richard Owusu who had been suffering from a kidney disease.
For all these years, no one visited Sgt. Richard Owusu until COP Dr. George Akuffo Dampare and his team visited.
An emotional Sgt. Richard Owusu was captured in tears as his boss and his team paid him a visit.
Meanwhile, three Ghanaian law students have distinguished themselves after they topped in different legal courses at the Gambia School of Law.
According to the Ghana National Association of Law Students, Albert Agyepong, Naa Koshie Mills and Chelsea Oforiwaa Ofoe emerged top of their classes in different legal courses at the West African law school.
The Association of Law Students took to Facebook to congratulate the three Ghanaian students who were recently honoured by the Gambia School of Law.
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