Key Suspects In The Case Of The 21-Year-Old Soldier Murdered At Ashaiman Finally Arrested By Police

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The Ghana Police Service has released a statement that indicates that the key suspects in the murder of Sheriff Imoro, the young soldier who was murdered at Ashaiman have been arrested.

In a release on Friday, the Police noted that the suspects were arrested through a sustained intelligence-led operation.

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“The Police after a week of sustained intelligence-led operation have arrested the key suspects involved in the murder of Imoro Sherrif, the soldier who was found dead at Taifa Ashiaman on 4th March, 2023,” the release stated.

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It would be recalled that on Saturday, March 4, 2023, a young soldier was murdered at Ashaiman Taifa.

The soldier, according to numerous reports online, was returning from Taifa and heading toward his residence at Zongo-Laka in Ashaiman when he was attacked by unknown assailants and stabbed to death.

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His death however angered the military for which reason in the early hours of Tuesday, March 7, some military personnel invaded Ashaiman and brutalized some residents in a search for the murderers of their colleague.

They also took some of the residents away for interrogation. Most of them have since been released as of Friday.

The invasion by the soldiers has widely been condemned by Ghanaians and the minister of Defence has also stated that it is regrettable.

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