Walewale: Two Police Men die in car Crash While Chasing Armed Robbers

Walewale: Two Police Men die in car Crash While Chasing Armed Robbers

  • Two police officers met their untimely death while on duty
  • Chief Inspector James Akakose Aroma and Corporal Nii Osekle Charles, together with three others were pursuing armed robbers on the Walewale-Bolgatanga road when their car crashed
  • The sad incident occurred on Thursday, October 21, 2021

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Two police officers met their untimely death while chasing armed robbers on the Walewale-Bolgatanga road.

The deceased officers, Chief Inspector James Akakose Aroma and Corporal Nii Osekle Charles died on the spot after the ghastly crash.

The sad incident occurred on Thursday, October 21, 2021.

Two Police Men die in car Crash in Walewale
Crashed police car Photo credit: Citinewsroom
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According to a police report sighted by YEN.com.gh three other officers, Constable Akanvariwen Daniel, Ezekiel Quarshie Tawiah, and Constable Iddrisu Gafaru, who were also aboard the vehicle, sustained various degrees of injury and were rushed to the Walewale Government Hospital for medical attention.

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Constables Ezekiel Quarshie Tawiah and Iddrisu Gafaru were later referred to the Tamale Teaching Hospital due to the severity of their injuries.

The statement noted that plans are underway to airlift the victims to continue further treatment.

“The North East Regional Police Commander, DCOP Mr. Moses Ali led a team of Senior Police officers to the hospital to visit the victims on admission and efforts are being made to airlift them to Accra for further treatment,” the police said.

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Still, on policing, personnel with highly-trained security dogs under leash have been strategically positioned across the Capital for operational patrols.

In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh, on the Ghana Police Service page, they stated that this component of policing is aimed at increasing the visibility of personnel, improving intelligence gathering, tracking of contraband goods, and improving other aspects of criminal investigations.

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Plans are, however, underway to extend this component of Police visibility to other regions.

Source: Yen

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