Recently, news broke out on social media about the death of one of the senior law lecturers of the University of Ghana who is called Professor Yaw Emmanuel Benneh. This came as a shock to Ghanaians since nobody thought he could be murdered due to how tight the security of his residence was at East Legon. Lo and behold, police was able to arrest two people in connection of his murder at his residence in East Legon. One of the lead suspect who was his personal assistant at his East Legon mansion was arrested as a prime suspect of which he confessed that he and other guy conspired to murder the professor after he resisted robbery from them.
According to the Police which was reported by TV3 Midday News, James Nana Wamba who is the lead suspect of the murder of Professor Benneh had been sick for a while and was been put on oxygen at the intensive care unit of the police hospital. He was later confirmed dead after he couldn't hold onto his breath. As it stands now, the murder of the senior law lecturer is still at the court and Ghanaians are wondering how the court will deal with such a situation since the lead suspect is dead. Kindly leave your comments, share and follow us for more updates. Thank you.
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