We will ensure justice for family of CCTU student found dead with no private parts – Police
The Central Regional Police Command has secured justice for the family of the slain Technical University of Cape Coast student.
They gave the assurance when they visited the family of the deceased – Nana Ama Clark – at Takoradi in the Western Region to sympathize with them.
According to the police, the visit was part of their role which is not only to investigate the matter but also to console the family and relatives of the deceased.
Speaking in an interview with JoyNews’ Richard Kwadwo Nyarko, Central Regional Police Commander DCOP Alex Amenyo said the matter was being investigated and they were working hard to apprehend the perpetrators. the death of the student.
“The case is being investigated at regional headquarters and we are in contact with the family of the deceased and we have suspects and many witnesses and the case is ongoing,” he said.
DCOP Amenyo added that the Service will provide the necessary support to ensure the funeral arrangements go smoothly.
“They asked us to provide security for them as well, we all agreed to provide security and also attend the funeral to console them. They had the assurance that we would carry out the investigations and that they would obtain justice.
A 300 level student from the Technical University of Cape Coast was reportedly killed on Friday 13 May.
Nana Ama Clark’s body was found in a pool of blood with her private part missing.
Police said they received reports around 9pm on Friday that an adult woman had been found dead by the roadside at OLA Estate near the OLA College of Education in Cape Coast.
According to the police, they attended the scene and found the body of an unknown person aged around 24 lying naked with her “vagina” cut and bruises on her body.
The incident has shocked locals, who are calling on the police to ensure the perpetrators are apprehended and dealt with.