The Police Administration says it is yet to receive a communication from the Ministry of the Interior in respect of the recommendation for the interdiction of 21 personnel who shot and killed seven youth at Manso in the Ashanti Region.

“We are also just hearing about the Information Minister’s statement for the first time, but no directive or communication has come from either the Inspector-General of Police or the Minister for the Interior,” Head of the Police Public Affairs Directorate, ACP David Eklu, told the Daily Graphic.

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The government on Monday recommended to the Ghana Police Service to interdict 21 policemen who were allegedly involved in the killing of seven young men at Manso Nkwanta in the Ashanti Region for suspected armed robbery.

The recommendation by the government for their interdiction follows a report submitted by a fact-finding committee, which cleared the deceased of any crime.