- Two police officers are under police investigation for their alleged involvement in an armed robbery
-The two officers, together with their civilian accomplice, Alhaj Abdul, reportedly robbed a Burkinabe national of $209,174 at gunpoint
- Sulemana Sodre, the Burkinabe who is believed to be a gold dealer transacted a gold business with Alhaj Abdul
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Two police officers are currently under police investigation for their alleged involvement in an armed robbery incident.
One of the suspects is a driver with the Police Professional Standards Bureau, PPSB, who drives the vehicle with registration number GP 3513.
The driver in the company of the other officer and their civilian accomplice, Alhaj Abdul, reportedly robbed a Burkinabe national of $209,174 at gunpoint.
Reports from the police indicate that Alhaj Abdul purchased gold from the victim, Sulemana Sodre who is believed to be a gold dealer, and duly made payment.
But Alhaji Abdul who had made payment to the gold dealer is reported to have later connived with the two policemen to rob the victim of the money.
The victim, Sulemana Sodre was able to identify the vehicle used during the attack.
Citi News’ sources have revealed that, a directive has been given for the embattled driver to report to the National police headquarters for further probe.
In other news, the Accra and Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly together with the Ghana Police Service, are imposing fines of 20 cedis on road users and traders who flout the mandatory mask-wearing mandate ordered by the President.
A Facebook post by a journalist with the Business and Financial Times, Osei Amankwah, shows a picture of the receipt acknowledging receipt of a 20 cedi fine imposed on one Dela.
So far, over 100,000 Ghanaians across the country have been arrested in a swoop by police officials for flouting the directive.
Away from the Ghana Police Service, the Professor and Head of Pharmacy at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Professor George Koffour is dead, friends and family revealed to Joy News.
The learned professor, who championed the use of traditional medicine in Ghana, is reported to have died of Covid-19 complications.
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