Three police officers die within 24 hours under bizarre circumstances


The Ghana Police Service has lost three police officers within 24 hours under bizarre circumstances.

According to confirmed reports sighted by, this has sparked fears among their peers and families who are currently in mourning for the souls
Reliable sources have confirmed the dead as Chief Inspector Godfred Osei Atunku, Sergeant Jemima Aidoo, and Sergeant Adjei Kumi which incidents occurred at various stations between March 6 and 7, 2021, a period of 24 hours.


Chief Inspector Godfred Osei Atunku who was stationed at Chamba, as the station officer died at the Bimbilla Government Hospital after a short illness. His body has since been deposited at Yendi Government Hospital for preservation.
Sergeant Jemima Aidoo stationed at the Tesano Police, had complained of chest pains and was rushed to the Mary Lucy Hospital at Awoshie and then later transferred to Police Hospital for further treatment but was pronounced dead on arrival.

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Sergeant Adjei Kumi who was stationed at the Aveyime Police station collapsed on while on duty and was rushed to the Roman Catholic Hospital at Battor for treatment. He was pronounced dead on arrival by Dr. Edwin at the emergency unit of the hospital.

The bodies of the two police officers have been deposited at the Police Hospital morgue for preservation in Accra.

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