Asante Apeatu Two police officer killed in line of duty are posthumously promoted

The statement said Lance Corporal Robert Kumi Larbi Ackah and Constable Michael Kporyi have been promoted to ranks of Corporal and Lance Corporal respectively.

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The Inspector General of Police David Asante Apeatu has posthumously promoted two police officers who were killed in line of duty, a statement from the police has said.

The statement said Lance Corporal Robert Kumi Larbi Ackah and Constable Michael Kporyi have been promoted to ranks of Corporal and Lance Corporal respectively.

“No.47523 Corporal Robert Kumi Ackah’s promotion takes effect from 27th May 2017, while No. 52071 Constable Michael Kporyi’s promotion takes effect from 11th June 2017,” the statement posted on Twitter said.

 

The two officers love their lives at separate location in Ghana while on duty.

The late Corporal Robert Kumi Ackah met his untimely death on 28th May, 2017 at Dawadawa on the Buipe – Kintampo highway, when he was escorting an OA passenger bus to the Northern Region. He was stationed at the Tamale Rapid Deployment Force at the time of his death.

In the case of late Lance Corporal Micheal Kporyi, he was shot by two suspected armed robbers Michel Camp in the early house of Tuesday 13th June 2017, when he was on his way to duty post.

He was also stationed at the Tema Rapid Deployment Force at the time of his death.

 

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