Yesterday, GhanaCelebrities.Com reported a Ghanaian worker with a Chinese plastic manufacturing company in Ghana has been stabbed multiple times by his own bosses.
This worker, Frimpong Peter but known by friends as Pee Tee, was sitting down after work at the company’s premises located at Atonsu Fobi when one of his Chinese bosses simply attacked him on the flimsy excuse that he’s sitting down and not working (when it was around 11 pm and work was supposedly over).
Another Chinese boss joined his colleague in slapping and assaulting the guy, after which he was stabbed multiple times with a scissor and even stomped with a hammer.
According to the victim’s brother, who told the story on social media, many Ghanaian workers were around but none intervened out of fear, instead of watching (and even filming) whilst the foreigners nearly killed their compatriot.
In the end, he had to run for dear life and escape the facility by scaling their wall.
The next day, whilst receiving treatment, the Chinese bosses reportedly sent Ghc500 to him to treat his wounds, adding that he better take the money or they’ll simply bribe the police if he reports the case and it would become a ‘foolish’ case.
The incident has since been reported to Asokwa Police station in Kumasi–and the victim has had treatment at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, while the Chinese bosses have been called to the station for their statements.
We’ve obtained photos of the two Chinese bosses at the Police station.
It is unclear if they have been charged yet.