Late Michael Kporyi

by: michael eli dokosi /                                   

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For Abigail Delali Kporyi, cousin to fallen police constable, Michael Kporyi, the tragic way he got eliminated from this earthly plain and the reality he would not be seen around anymore keeps triggering the tears to flow.

In a Facebook post, Abigail stated:

“It still saddens my heart to believe that you are gone. I can’t still hold back my tears knowing that you are truly gone and there’s no more going to be the bro. Mike I know. Bro. Mike, who always make us laugh even when situations seems worse. Rest in peace dear cousin. You will still live in our hearts.”

Michael Kporyi was shot in the face and in the chest on Monday evening at Tulaku near Michel Camp, and the media having highlighted the case, one of two killers, ‘Dogo America’ who expired the late Kporyi is also dead.

Constable Michael Kporye believed to be in his 30s was killed while on patrol duty at Micheal Camp. He is reported to have been shot dead by two armed men on motorbike.

Mike with Abigail and another relation

He was on night patrol duties in the area using his motorbike when the two unknown armed assailants who were also on a motorbike, shot him to death around 9.30pm on Monday.

The Police have begun investigations into the killing of the officer.

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