Police and EXOPA CEO’s family fight over body

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simThere appears to be some back-and-forth between the authorities of the Police Hospital in Accra and the family of the deceased boss of Exopa modeling agency, Sima Ibrahim over his body.

The Family of the deceased model is demanding that the body be released to them for instant burial, in line with Islamic tradition.

Newsmen witnessed verbal exchanges between the morgue authorities of the police hospital and a young man identified as Sima’s son concerning the body.

“The boy insisted that the body be released to them for immediate burial, but the mortuary attendant says until both the police and the coroner have issued their reports, the remains of the model cannot be released to them,” Benewaa Nyame narrated.

Ibrahim Sima died Thursday night at the Police Hospital, where he was rushed to after suffering injuries in a football game.

Prior to his death, Sima had complained of a headache.

The Exopa Chief Executive Officer was sentenced to 15 years by an Accra Fast Track High Court in September 2011 for possessing and attempting to export 4.9 kilogrammes of cocaine concealed in four tubers of yam.


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