- A one-week observance ceremony has been held for Inspector Kate Hawa Kwakuru and her three children
- Photos from the ceremony show a very sad and teary atmosphere at the one-week rite
- Inspector died with her children after a reported gas explosion incident in their house
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The one-week observance for police Inspector Kate Hawa Kwakuru has been held on Friday, January 17, 2020.
The late Inspector Kwakuru and her three children died after a gas explosion incident in their house at Ablekuma.
Photos sighted by YEN.com.gh show a very sombre atmosphere at the ceremony which was generally a very sad occasion.
Some of the photos show the police band giving a performance at the one-week observance.
Other photos show family, friends, and other mourners at the one-week ceremony.
As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, Inspector Kwakuru and her children died in a gas explosion at Ablekuma, a suburb of Accra.
The incident is said to have happened on the first Sunday of the year, January 5, 2020, while she was cooking for her family.
The deceased policewoman has been identified as Inspector Kata Abban while her children were identified as; 21-year-old Emmanuel Agyei, 11-year-old Joyce Abban and nine-year-old Ebenezer Abban.
According to the report, the gas explosion occurred after the mother and her children returned from church that Sunday.
Her eldest child, a student at the Ghana Telecom University, is reported to have died while trying to rescue his struggling mother and siblings.
Meanwhile, the 11-year-old was washing dishes when the incident happened, the report added.
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