Lotto agent loses arm after alleged police assault [Photos]

The victim is Felix Kwame Norte

A 30-year-old Lotto agent lost his right arm after a police officer used the rear of his rifle to hit his right arm.

The limb of victim Felix Kwame Norte was amputated after being admitted to St. Joseph’s Hospital in Covoridua.

The police officer, who was working at the Asutwar Police Checkpoint in the Osudoku Shai area of ​​Greater Accra, allegedly attacked the victim Felix Kwame Norte without provocation.

Victim and

Four others were said to have been on a motorbike from Gaabong to Ashiaman when the accident occurred.

Felix Kwame Norte’s arm before her amputation

They were returning from a graduation party for a seamstress who had received professional training from their mother.

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His older brother, Richard Maniu, stated that the victim had a broken arm and was taken to St. Joseph Hospital in Covoridua for treatment.

What was the hand like before it was amputated

Richard Maniu says the victim, however, began to feel so much pain later on that forced them to send him to VRA Hospital where he was later referred to St Joseph’s Hospital in Covoridua.

His brother explained that due to the deteriorating nature of his health, hospital health officials had to amputate his injured arm.

According to him, although some officials from the police force visited the victim in the hospital, they had not yet heard from the suspect.

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