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Family of Woman who died in Bullion van Robbery begs Government to take care of her 3 kids

Family of Woman who died in Bullion van Robbery begs Government to take care of her 3 kids
Family of Woman who died in Bullion van Robbery begs

Last Updated on July 1, 2021 by MyGh.Online

Joyce Amankwa’s family is pleading with the government to help support her three children.

Joyce was one of two people killed in the theft of a bullion truck near Korle Bu.

This family made the request during a memorial for the late mother of three who was held at her home.

Joyce Amankwa, alias Sister Badu, the 40-year-old lady killed in the bullion truck robbery in Korle Bu, has spoken up.

This occurred at the woman’s one-week memorial at her home, according to a video report by TV3 Ghana, which showed family members crying uncontrollably.

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One of them stated that the finest form of consolation they could possibly receive was for the government to assist them in caring for Joyce Amankwa’s three children.

On June 14, 2021, Joyce Amankwa and Emmanuel Osei, a police officer, were the two victims of a bullion van heist.

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