Police in Bono Region allegedly beat suspect to death for throwing stones at banker’s vehicle

Police in Bono Region allegedly beat suspect to death for throwing stones at banker’s vehicle

- Suspect, Abdul Rahman, has reportedly been beaten to death

- He was 48

- He met his untimely death during interrogation for hurling stones at the windshield of a vehicle belonging to a banker

Our Manifesto: This is what YEN.com.gh believes in

Information gathered by YEN.com.gh indicates that a suspect has been beaten to death by personnel of the Ghana Police Service at Seikwa in the Tain District of the Bono Region.

Police in Bono Region allegedly beat suspect to death for throwing stones at banker’s vehicle
Police in Bono Region allegedly beat suspect to death for throwing stones at banker’s vehicle
Source: UGC

The suspect, 48-year-old Abdul Rahman, was reportedly picked up by the police for throwing stones at the windshield of a vehicle belonging to a bank manager at Seikwa, a report sighted on asaaseradio.com stated.

Beaten to a pulp during interrogation, Rahman succumbed to the inevitability of death as a result of the torture.

The officers “secretly” buried the suspect, relatives of the deceased told the pro-governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) news outlet.

Read also

Fresh trouble: SSNIT wahala not going away soon as Thompson, others hit with new charges

The law enforcement officers allegedly buried the lifeless body of Rahman at the Seikwa cemetery at night.

Citing eyewitnesses, asaaseradio.com further reported that the officers were forced to exhume Rahman’s mortal remains after some irate youth threatened to vandalise the police station.

Meanwhile, the Crime Officer of the Bono Regional Police Command, DSP Kennedy Adu-Sei, said the case is yet to be brought to his attention.

In other news on YEN.com.gh, police launched a manhunt for a contractor identified as Swanzy Joe Nartey for theft. It follows the issuance of a warrant for his arrest by an Accra Circuit Court.

Nartey allegedly stole a hydraulic drilling machine worth GHc1,695,216, YEN.com.gh gathered.

An announcement published in the Wednesday, April 21, edition of the state-owned Daily Graphic newspaper stated the warrant for the immediate arrest of Nartey was issued on November 23, 2020, for the offence of stealing contrary to section 124 (1) of the Criminal Offences Act, Act 29/60.

Read also

19 Nigerians arrested at Akuse by joint police force for sneaking into Ghana

In the public announcement, the Head of Public Affairs Unit/CID, Deputy Superintendent Juliana Obeng said the 27-year-old suspect in August 2014 collected a hydraulic drilling machine from the complainant on work and pay system.

But he has since vanished and all efforts to trace his whereabouts proved unsuccessful.

He was last spotted in Takoradi and believed to be hiding Elubo, Half Assin, or its environs.

The 5.4 feet tall Nartey is said to be dark in complexion with black hair and medium eyes.

Enjoy reading our stories? Join YEN.com.gh's Telegram channel! Never miss important updates Download YEN's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major Ghana news

Source: Yen.com.gh

Online view pixel