- Constable General Emmanuel Osei was shot to death by armed robbers on June 14, 2021
- He was transporting money in a bullion van when he was attacked at Adedenkpo in James Town, Accra
- His remains has been laid to rest today, July 24
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The final funeral rites of the late Constable General Emmanuel Osei, who was shot to death during an attack on a bullion van at Jamestown, has taken place today, July 24.
The burial service took place at Nyanyano Kakraba School Park in the Gomoa East District of the Central Region.
Emmanuel Osei, aged 25, and an eyewitness, Afua Badu, were shot and killed by armed robbers at Adedenkpo, a suburb of James Town in Accra on Monday, June 14, whilst he was transporting money in the bullion van, YEN.com.gh reported.
The remains of the police officer has been laid to rest. Parents and other relatives were at the burial service and heartbreaking photos have emerged on social media.
See the photos below:
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