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Two suspects have been arrested in connection with the robbery attack on the Somanya Ambulance which led to the death of the driver, Abraham Tetteh.

his was disclosed to Citi News by the former Eastern Regional Minister, Eric Kwakye Darfour on Wednesday, February 10, 2021.

“The police are working seriously. They tell me they have arrested two suspects. But they are doing their own investigations and taking more leads as to how they can get to the bottom of this issue,” he said.

He indicated that he joined the Eatern Regional Security Council and other officials to visist the incident scene at Aseseeso.

The Member of Parliament for Okere and Minister of Local Government and Regional Reorganization-designate, Dan Kwaku Botwe, Eastern Regional Minister-designate, Seth Kwame Acheampong, the Okere District Chief Executive, Daniel Kenneth, the Eastern Regional Police Commander, DCOP Akrofi Ayirifi, the Deputy Eastern Regional Police Commander, DCOP Peter Baba, various district police commanders in the area and the Regional Directors of the Ghana Highways and Urban Roads, Charles Aduboffour and Ing Kofi Nti Appiahgyei were part of the team that visited the scene.

The team later then moved to the Aseseeso Chief’s palace to pay a courtesy call on Okatakyie Kusi Obuadum Amoyaw V, who stated that persistent armed robbery attacks over the years have affected the development and economic fortunes of residents and the community.

Although he survived the attack, he subsequently died on the morning of Saturday, February 6, at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital after surgery.

Source: Modernghana.com

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