A Police Officer Was Found Dead In Flagstaff House Barracks

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A sorrowful story as a police officer was found dead in his room at the Ghana Flagstaff House barracks. According to reports, Inspector Emmanuel Kofi Nunekpeku was found dead on his bed.

Sergeant Faustina Nunekpeku, the deceased’s wife, found him dead when she checked on him at Block E, Room 35. The widow, who is with the Police Hospital Public Relations Department, reported the occurrence to the Cantonments police in the company of another officer.

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Immediately, the police went to Block E, Room 35, to examine the body. According to reports, they did not find any mark on the body to suggest foul play.
Inspector Emmanuel Kofi Nunekpeku’s body has been deposited at the Police Hospital morgue for preservation and examination.

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Source: myjoyonline.com


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