This afternoon on Angel TV Miss Afia Tengey made tears drop in the studio after revealing the death of a boy and the cause of the death as well. One Prince Yevu in Kotobabi electoral area was beheaded by his friend, according to her a serious fight between two siblings lead to the death of another. The siblings were seriously fighting and Prince being a good Samaritan decided to separate them, but unfortunately he met his death after a teenager popularly known as Tata slashed the throat of Prince Yevu. After the incident the murder decided to bolt the scene, and the police are currently in search of him, as he meets their rader.
Speaking the host Kwadwo Dickson on Angel TV, Afia Tengey said the police would be happy if the residents in the area give them the whereabout if the run away suspect. Everyone is surprised especially the hosts of the show because, everyone is wondering why he would kill someone trying to prevent them from fighting. The parents of the victim are in sorrow now so as the people in the locality, most people described the gentleman dead as a good boy. The number of murderer cases in the country this month alone, is bad the police service needs to do something to end this nightmare. Ghanaian's are in tears are in mourning with the family.
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