Widow and Colleagues of Deceased Ambulance Driver Plead for Justice

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Abraham Tetteh an Emergency Medical Technician was horrendously shot on Thursday, February 4, 2021 by armed robbers passed away on Saturday, 6 February 2021 at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital. His family and colleagues have therefore demanded for justice from the Government.

A colleague of the deceased, Rachel Owusu who was also in the ambulance appealed for protection for ambulance drivers and workers through a narration to Citi FM on how she and the pregnant lady were held at gunpoint. According to her, the pregnant lady, due to the excruciating pain was bellowing loudly.

“What I can say to the government is that our job is a risky one, and we need justice. We need justice for our officers. Government must come in for us. It is not only the police and military that need justice. That is all I can say to government. We need help and justice”, she appealed.

A delegation from the National Ambulance Service visited the family of the late Abraham Tetteh on Saturday, where his wife wailed uncontrollably, pleading with the government to help her take care of her children.

“He was saving a lot of lives. So the government should come and support me. He was my everything We have lost everything. How can I live and take care of the children without my husband?” the widow wept.

Police investigations are currently ongoing.

 

 

Source: Ghanaweb

 

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