Upper West Region: Police probe death of Immigration Officer

The police have begun investigations into the killing of an Immigration Officer at Kokoligu, a village between Nandom and Hamile in the Upper West Region.

The officer is suspected to have been attacked and killed by smugglers.

The Immigration Service has described the incident as unfortunate and called for a probe into it.

In a statement, the Nandom Command of the Immigration Service said “the body of the officer which had bullet holes, was hidden by his assailants under a bridge whilst his motorbike and helmet were found some 100 meters away from the remains.”

Meanwhile, it has also asked officers to remain calm as the Police is currently investigating the murder.

By: Rainbowradioonline.com/Ghana

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