Security agencies have begun investigations to identify persons behind the laying of wreaths which read: ‘Rest In Peace In advance’, Mr Edwin Provencal, Managing Director of BOST at the company’s head office at Dzorwulu, a suburb of Accra, Ghana’s capital.

This portal understands that police officers from the Mamobi District were at the company’s head office last Wednesday for a briefing.

This portal can also confirm that National Security has also been informed about the incident.

The Managing Director and staff of the company were shocked last Monday when about ten wreaths, which read: ‘Rest In Peace In Advance, Mr Edwin Provencal’ were discovered at the entrance of the company’s head office.

The company had security personnel at post but the report suggested that none of them noticed the incident.

A statement issued by the Board Chairman, Mr Ekow Hackman stated that the incident has been reported to the appropriate security agencies for appropriate investigations to be conducted.

The statement called on both management and staff to remain calm and refrain from granting interviews to the media.

“Pending the outcome of the investigations, the board entreats the Management and staff of BOST to remain calm and to refrain from granting further interviews which may cast aspersions on any person or group either within or outside of BOST.

“The Board would like to use this opportunity to urge Management and staff of BOST to continue to work in harmony and remain focused on consolidating the gains the company has made in recent times,” the statement concluded.

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Source: https://energynewsafrica.com

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