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Zuarungu Murder: GPS Lays General Constable Adams Sulley To Rest

The Late General Constable Adams Sulley has been buried with full police honours at the Awudome Cemetery in Accra, Police statement says.

The Ghana Police Service on Saturday, December 18, 2021, held a burial ceremony for the late No.57658 General Constable Adams Sulley who was gruesomely murdered at Zuarungu in the Upper East Region together with his patrol colleague officer on Wednesday, December 15, 2021, while on patrols.

The solemn ceremony which was conducted in line with Islamic rites took place at the Transitions Funeral Home, Haatso, and was attended by the Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Dr. George Akuffo Dampare, members of the Police Management Board (POMAB), Senior Police Officers and bereaved family members.

The Police Chief Imam, Superintendent Alhaji Hussein Abdur Rahim Hussein, led the Islamic prayers for the late Constable Adams Sulley.

The IGP Dr. George Akuffo Dampare on behalf of the Ghana Police Service commiserated with the bereaved family and pledged that the Police Administration will do everything possible to bring the perpetrators of this heinous crime to justice.

Other Senior Police Officers took turns to offer words of condolences to the bereaved family and gave the assurance of their preparedness to offer the necessary assistance to them.

The Late General Constable Adams Sulley was later buried with full Police honours at the Awudome Cemetery, Accra, after a procession from the Transitions Funeral Home, Haatso, through some principal streets in Accra.

Accompanying the IGP for the burial rites were COP Mr. Paul Manly Awini, DG/National Patrol and Visibility Department; COP Mr. Patrick Akolgo, DG/National Protection Department; COP Mr. Edward Tabiri, DG/ICT; COP Mr. Frederick Adu-Anim, DG/Human Resource Department; DCOP Mr. Francis Aboagye-Nyarko, DG/MTTD; DCOP Dr. Ernest Owusu-Nsiah, DG/Research, Planning, and Transformation; DCOP Mr. Isaac Emmanuel Quist, Administrator/Police Hospital Accra; Accra Regional Police Commander DCOP Mr. Seidu Lansah Iddi and ACP Mr. Kwesi Ofori, DG/Public Affairs Directorate, among others.

Source: GPS

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