Days after the death of Police officer Emmanuel Osei who was shot by armed men during a robbery attack on a bullion van, Ghana’s car manufacturer Kantanka automobile has unveil what could be a proposed armored vehicle for banks as bullion vans.
In a post shared by the Chief Executive officer Kwadwo Safo Kantanka Junior on Twitter he captioned the image Armored bullion vehicle. Your money is SECURED with this. The service personnel is SAFE with this.
Following the death of the police officer, Ghanaians have quizzed why banks still transport bulk cash with modified pickups endangering the lives of staff and offices onboard.
The police service through the IGP James Oppong Boanuh has also said, the police will have no choice than to withdraw their services to the banks if they fail to provide armored vehicles as bullion vans before the end of July.
The sad demise of Constable Emmanuel Osei is not the first of its kind as many officers have also died in duty while transporting cash in modified pickups Used as bullion vans.
After Kwadwo Safo Junior shared the picture of the proposed armored vehicle by Kantanka automobile, These are some comments from followers