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Photos+Audio: Woman, 22, found dead in lover’s room

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A 22-year-old woman, identified as Vera Adu, has been found dead in her boyfriend’s room at Adu Gyemfi near Sowutwom in the Greater Accra region.

Unconfirmed reports have it that the boyfriend allegedly poisoned her when she paid a visit to him.

It is, however, unclear what would trigger the man to commit such a heinous crime.

DSP Mrs Favour Fleischer, who confirmed the news, advised young girls to be cautious of what they eat or drink when in the company of their ‘lover’ and who they go into relationships with.

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The lifeless body Vera Adu

“We received a complaint from the LA Community Clinic of a lady who was rushed to the facility but has been pronounced dead. It is unclear what actually happened,” she stated.

She said the police has commenced investigations and arrested the boyfriend, who is currently in police custody.

The body of the deceased is currently at the police hospital awaiting autopsy to enable the police to conclude their investigations into the matter.

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Speaking in an interview with Adom News, father of the deceased disclosed that her daughter left home to seek greener pastures and has now met her untimely death.

He said, he will wait for the police to conclude their investigations.

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Source: Adomonline.com

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Armed robbers attack another bullion van on Accra-Winneba road

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All passengers in the bullion van escaped unscathed and no property was stolen

•Armed robbers have attacked another bullion van on Accra-Winneba road

•A quick response of the Winneba Police Command has prevented the robbers from have a successful operation

•All passengers in the bullion van escaped unscathed and no property was stolen

The police in the Central region saved the day as armed robbers attacked a bullion van with registration number GN 6956-17 on Accra-Winneba road on Thursday, June 17, 2021.

The van which was attacked at Okyereko on the Winneba-Accra road was targeted by some armed men whose identities are unknown.

The robbers fired shots at the front passenger seat where the police escort sat. These shots ended up shattering the window area.

According to reports, the police escort ordered the driver to speed off upon observing the unusual movement of the robbers, while he called for reinforcement.

The Winneba Patrol team dispatched to Mpata Junction, rushed to the scene and started a gun battle with the robbers, overpowering them in the process.

All passengers in the bullion van escaped unharmed and no property was stolen.

The van has been sent to Winneber Police Custody for investigation.

This development comes after armed robbers shot to death, a police officer and an eyewitness, during a robbery incident involving a bullion van at Adedenkpo, a suburb of James Town in Accra, Monday, June 14.

Below are some tweets on the attack;

 

Source: www.ghanaweb.com

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State charges ‘killers’ of 11-year-old Ishmael Mensah with murder

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The duo has been charged for killing of an 11-year-old

The State has charged the two people involved in the killing of an 11-year-old boy at Lamptey Mills, a suburb of Kasoa in the Central Region, with murder.

Prosecutors made this known during the hearing of the case in court on Wednesday, June 16, 2021.

The two persons are Nicholas Kini and Eric Nyarko.

Counsel for the accused persons, Samuel Attuah, is reported to have said: “The AG has advised that the two be charged for conspiracy to murder and the file forwarded to the AG’s office for further directives for the bill of indictment and sum of evidence, so we can start the trial as early as possible, which is good because everyone is interested in this case. So, we are very happy that the AG has advised in this direction.”

He said he is still pursuing the bail application for his clients.

“I am going to the High Court for the bail application for my clients hopefully by next week,” Samuel Attuah added.

The deceased Ishmael Mensah was killed in what many have described as a ritual killing. His death received widespread outrage among members of the public who raised concerns about the safety of children.

A family spokesperson for the late Ishmael Mensah, Samad Akalilu said, although they are happy with the directive from the AG’s office to charge the two with murder, they want a speedy trial.

“We want an expeditious trial. We are not happy when a day passes, and this case is not fast-tracked. But on the flip side, we are happy because we have been waiting for what they say is the AG’s advice, but on another hand, we are generally not happy because the case is still delaying.”

Meanwhile, the judge, Eric Oheneba Antwi-Boasiako, adjourned the case to July 15, 2021, for further hearing.

Source: dailymailgh.com

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Ritual Killing: AG orders police to charge Kasoa teenagers with conspiracy, murder

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The late Ishmael Mensah

The Attorney General (AG) has directed the Police to charge the two teenagers who allegedly killed 11-year-old Ishmael Mensah, at Kasoa, with conspiracy and murder.

Nicholas Kini and Eric Nyarko reportedly killed Mensah in April this year for ritual purposes at Lamptey Mills, near Kasoa.

Chief Inspector Ernest Agbo told Ofaakor District Court, “My Lord we have received the advice from the AG’s office directing the police to charge accused persons with the offences of conspiracy to commit crime to wit Murder and Murder.”

Chief Insp. Agbo said the Police had obtained the investigation charge statements from the teenagers and forwarded them to the AG for further directions.

“We are, therefore, waiting for bail of indictment and summary of evidence from AG’s office for same to be served on the accused persons for committal proceedings to commence,”he said.

Mr Samuel Attuah, defense counsel for the teenagers, said they were waiting for the AG so the trial could start as soon as possible.

Mr Attuah also stated that he had filed for bail for his client and the bail application was expected to be heard next week.

The matter has been adjourned to July 15.

The teenagers allegedly lured Mensah, their playmate, into an uncompleted building and smashed his head with a club and cement blocks, killing him instantly.

They, subsequently, buried him in the building. Police said the teenagers planned to recover the victim’s body later that night for money rituals.

The crime shocked the nation, sparking nationwide debate about parenting and charlatans who claim to make people rich.

Source: GNA

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