James Town Robbery: Woman to be buried July 24
The woman who was killed during a daylight robbery attack at Palladium Down, Adedenkpo in James Town, Ms Joyce Amankwah will be laid to rest on 24th July 2021.
The family made this known in an interview with Atinka News.
The Family Spokesperson and brother to the deceased, Pastor Emmanuel Owusu, who disclosed this said the funeral will be held at Palladium Down, Adedenkpo in the Greater Accra Region.
The Family also expressed disappointment in the Government for neglecting the family,. especially children of the deceased.
According to him after a delegation from the Police visited them with Ghc2,000, 10 packs of water and 5 crates of drinks, no efforts have been made to engage the family.
For him, since the death of the mother of three was due to security lapse, the Government should have showed leadership in handling of Joyce’s funeral and most importantly, take interest in the welfare of her three children.
Jemima Gamor, sister inlaw to Joyce Amankwah questioned why Government rushed to Ejura to do the needful for the families of Kaaka and those who were killed during the protest but have neglected that of a mother of three who died during a daylight robbery.
According to her, it has not been easy for the children since the tragic incident that claimed their mother’s life occurred.
She is, therefore, appealing to Government to urgently show leadership in the care for the children left behind by the deceased.