There have been an update to the 48-year-old man who was allegedly beaten to death by Police officers in Seikwa in the Tain District of the Bono Region for reportedly pelting stones at a bank manager’s car.
The Inspector-General of Police (IGP), James Oppong-Boanuh, has directed for the interdiction of three police officers over the death of Abu Bukari Bahala who was secretly buried.
The officers stationed at a local police station at Seikwa in the Bono Region are Chief Inspector Eric Aforo, General Corporal William Akussung and General Constable Ebenezer Akuffo, the Bono Regional Crime Officer, Superintendent Kennedy Adusei, confirmed to Asaase News.
They have been interdicted pending the outcome of investigations into the death of 48-year-old Abu Bukari Bahala who was secretly buried by the law enforcement agents.
“As part of measures by our superiors they’ve asked that they step aside… to enable them to cooperate fully with investigations,” Superintendent Adusei said.
“[When such things happen] a policeman is supposed to send the body to the mortuary for preservation and autopsy. But here’s the case our Chief Inspector erred but rather teamed up with the Akyeamehene of Seikwa together with some boys in town and got this suspect who is now deceased buried.”