Eyewitness finally narrates how the two police officers were brutally killed in Buduburam

An eyewitness to the brutal murder of two police men indentified as Sergeant Michael Dzamesi and Lance Corporal Mohammed Awal in Buduburam, Central Region has finally come forward to detail how the unfortunate incident happened.

Narrating the incident, the eyewitness in a recent interview said that the now deceased police officers advanced towards the suspect, who was in an unregistered Vehicle which he described as a blue/black Toyota Camry. The police officers trying to arrest the suspect landed a hot slap across the suspect’s face.

The provoked suspect then pretended to bring out money from his car to bribe the Police officers in order to be released. He however to the utter shock of the police officers, drew out the pistol and shot the police officers.

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The eyewitness further added that the police officers immediately began running for their dear life. He ran towards a grocery shop to take refuge. It was this same grocery shop that the eyewitness and two other people were.

The now profusely bleeding police officers beckoned the eyewitness and the two others present to seek refuge. The eyewitness and the two others then sought refuge behind a refrigerator in the grocery shop.

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This was how the event ensued according to the eyewitness.  The murder of Sergeant Michael Dzamesi and Lance Corporal Mohammed Awal
is being thoroughly investigated by the police and the suspect has been identified although he is still yet to be apprehended.

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Freddie, is a graduate of the University of Ghana. He is a film enthusiast, screenwriter and human rights activist.