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PHOTOS: Slained police officer, Emmanuel Osei laid to rest

Lance Corporal Emmanuel Osei has been laid to rest.

Lance Corporal Emmanuel Osei has been laid to rest.

Osei was murdered by some criminals who also robbed a bullion van at Adedenkpo, Accra on June 4, 2021. He was given a full Police burial.

This was after a requiem mass held at the Nyanyano Kakraba Park in the Gomoa East District of the Central Region.

The burial service was attended by the Hon. Minister for the Interior, Hon Ambrose Dery (MP), who represented the President of Ghana, H.E. Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo.

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The Hon. Minister announced the posthumous promotion of Emmanuel Osei to the rank of a Lance Corporal effective June 14, 2021.

Among others, he extended the appreciation of H. E. The President to members of the security services and appealed to the public to treat members of the security services as family and friends.

The Minister indicated the government’s commitment to enhancing the capacity of Police officers across the country while ensuring that banks follow due process in ensuring that police officers who go on escort duties are given the needed protection.

Member of Parliament for the Gomoa East Constituency, Hon Desmond De-Graft Paitoo speaking in an interview urged the government to make available working tools that can help protect officers of the Security Agencies towards having a sound mind to protect life and property.

Gone but not forgotten Lance Corporal Emmanuel Osei. Life is eternal, death is only a horizon. It is not fair that your young life was taken ithe n line of duty by criminals.

It is the firm belief of the Police Administration that, the best tribute for you is the arrest of your murderers to face the full rigours of the law. Rest in peace Fallen Hero!

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