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Calm Restored at Abura-Dunkaw: Police says  

The Police Service in Abura Dunkaw has disclosed that, peace has been restored in the area after the alleged killing of a security guard of a bank.

The Public relation Officer of Abura Dunkaw DSP. Irene Oppong said this in an interview with the media said, the incident happened on the 22nd September around 7pm when Benjamin Asuman the deceased visited the premises of some Nigerien with a machete.
The 56 years old “Abusua Panyin” met his untimely death when he was attacked by a suspect. According to primarily investigation, the visitation was out of an unresolved conflict, Benjamin had with Ahmed Issaka who is on the run, a night prior his death. DSP. Oppong added.

Some youths on 23rd September retaliated by burning five buildings and properties belonging to some Nigeriens because according to them, the Police Service has been reluctant on recent vices happening in the area.

The youths mentioned the brutal murder of a linguist and his wife in their house some months ago and now Benjamin whom they described as a noble man in the community.

DSP Irene Oppong said peace has been restored through public sensitization and massive police presence in the area.

Accordingly, the Police Service is calling for the residence to help search for the youths that burnt the structures and the alleged suspect Ahmed Isaaka.

The Member of Parliament for Abura Dunkwa Assamamkese electoral area Elvis Moris Donkoh has called for immediate intervention by the Regional Security Council since the Nigeriens constitute 20 percent of the population and the “Zamblamba” community is growing.

Mr. Moris Donkoh urged the youth to have confidence in the police services and help in the investigation to have all perpetrators face the law.  

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