NDC Shooting: 3 Hawks turn themselves in

Three of the 13 suspects wanted by the Ashanti Regional Police Command for killing a member of the main opposition National Democratic Congress in Kumasi about two weeks ago, have turned themselves in to the police...


Three of the 13 suspects wanted by the Ashanti Regional Police Command for killing a member of the main opposition National Democratic Congress in Kumasi about two weeks ago, have turned themselves in to the police.

40-year-old Dauda Ibrahim alias Wayo, Abdul Ganiu, 37, and Samuel Agyin alias Rock, 32, are assisting the police with investigations into the murder.

The three, who are members of the party’s militia arm, The Hawks, reported to the police on Thursday, 28 February 2019.

The Public Relations Officer of the Ashanti Regional Police Command, ASP Godwin Ahianyo told journalists at a press conference on Friday that the police are still after the remaining suspects.

“The police are still pursuing the remaining suspects. They are strongly advised to report in their own interest. The general public is again being urged to volunteer information that can lead to the arrest of the other suspects.”

Source: Ghana/ClassFMonline.com/91.3FM



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