The Ghana Police Service say they are well prepared for the funeral ceremony of the late Major Maxwell Mahama, which is scheduled for Friday June 9.
This follows President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo’s decision to give Major Maxwell Mahama a state burial after he was lynched by residents of Denkyira- Boase last week.
Deputy Communications Officer for the Ghana Police Service, DSP Sheila Kesse Abeyie Buckman tells Adom News they are yet to consider whether or not to block some roads leading to the state house on the day of the event.
This notwithstanding, she noted that he outfit is ready to fully assist with the late Major’s funeral.
Captain Mahama now Major, was brutally lynched by some angry mob at Denkyira-Obuasi in the central region after accusing him of being an armed robber.
The police are holding on to some 43 suspects who all have been provisionally charged with murder and are currently on remand.
Major Mahama will be laid to rest on Friday May 9, 2017.
He left behind two kids all boys together with a 26-year-old widow, Barbara Mahama.
Meanwhile, the Public Relations Officer for Major Mahama’s family, Zakaria Sakara has hinted that the funeral will be celebrated for over a week.
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