The Inspector-General of Police, James Oppong-Boanuh, has ordered an urgent investigations into the conduct of a police officer stationed at Gomoa Fawomanye in the Central Region.
Superintendent Robert Kobil is being accused by indigens in the area of exhuming over 10 dead bodies and bolting with same.
The bodies were said to have been taken from the Gomoa Fawomanye cemetery.
It still remains unclear what triggered the officer’s action but the IGP’s directive comes after chiefs of the area made the allegations against the officer at a press conference.
In a statement, the service called on the residents to cooperate with the investigative team.
“The Police Administration, therefore, calls on the general public, especially the Chiefs and residents of Gomoa Fawomanye to remain calm,” the statement said
“He [the IGP] further appeals to Nananom of Gomoa Fawomaye to cooperate with the Central Regional Police Commander, DCOP Mrs. Habiba Twumasi-Sarpong in the investigation of the matter,” the statement added.
Read the full statement below:
Source: Daily Mail GH