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Ghana Police Service has informed the public that it will lead mass entombment for two hundred unidentified and unclaimed bodies


 Ghana Police Service has informed the public that it will lead mass entombment for two hundred unidentified and unclaimed bodies


The entombments will start "by close of work this week" as per an assertion delivered by the police on Monday. 


The move intends to decongest the funeral home of the nation's police emergency clinic, an authority told the BBC. 


The bodies, which aggregated in the course of recent months, incorporate those of quick in and out mishap casualties, and destitute individuals who pass on in the city, Yaw Nketta-Yeboah, an authority of the Ghana Police Hospital said. 


They additionally incorporate unidentified wrongdoing casualties and some who passed on admission to emergency clinics yet were deserted by families, he added. 


The police medical clinic asked individuals from people in general to attempt contact its pathology division from Monday this week to assist with recognizing the bodies. 


It said this was to forestall a circumstance where bodies would be wrongly reserved for mass internment. 


The police emergency clinic has intermittently led mass internments for unclaimed bodies – in spite of entombments being a significant social viewpoint in the West African country.

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