“Everyone dies in the end” – Last message bullion van policeman left on WhatsApp pops up

Late Constable Emmanuel Osei’s story gained national attention when news broke that he had been shot and killed by robbers.

Fast forward after his untimely demise, the last photo and WhatsApp message of the late Constable Emmanuel Osei has popped up.

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And deductively from the cryptic message, the late Constable Emmanuel Osei was telling his friends that everyone was going to die someday and that no one would live this world alive.

Following the news of the robbery incident and the shooting, details of the slain officer popped up.

According to the Greater Accra Regional Police PRO, DSP Efia Tenge, the deceased was a member of the National SWAT Unit with police service number G/C 58449.

Constable Emmanuel Osei was guarding a Nissan van with registration number GT 8592 which belongs to a company called Mon Tran.

The police found the bullion van parked in the centre of a road around the Adedenko Timber Market.

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