Families of victims of Abesim murder referred to clinical psychologist – Police

The Police Administration has underscored the need for the families of the murdered three persons in Abesim to undergo post-traumatic stress disorder therapy.

According to Superintendent Alex Kwaku Obeng, Director of the Public Affairs Directorate, Ghana Police Service, the Police Administration has decided to get a clinical Psychologist to handle them in the traumatic event.

“There is the need to get a clinical psychologist for the families who are affected by this heinous crime. We’re in touch with the family liaison to get this through,” he is quoted as saying by kasapafmonline.com.

The acting IGP Dr. George Akuffo Dampare stormed Abesim, in the Bono Region, on Sunday following the alleged murder of the three persons.

The police have arrested Richard Appiah, a 28-year-old architect who is believed to have murdered the three. He is currently in police custody assisting with investigations.

The three victims are 12 and 15 years old young men and another yet-to-be-identified man.

The bodies were found in his [suspect] living quarters in Alaska near Abesim on Friday, August 20, 2021.

The Police in collaboration with members of the community effected the arrest.

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