30 years old Samuel Adu, locally known as Kwabena Adu, a taxi driver has been remanded into two weeks of police custody for attempting to kill his girl, Priscilla Gyasiwaa also Known as Maa Adwoa, 23, when he inflicted heavily cutlass wounds on her.
In court today he was charged for two counts, causing harm and attempt to commit murder. He to reappear on 7th May 2021.
Angel Fm TV reporter Kwame Owusu Asante Shadrack reported on Saturday that it was uncovered from the victim that the suspect Samuel Adu a.k.a Kwabena Adu pretentiously lured her from their home at Assin Fosu to find her a supposed catering job at Cape Coast only to drive her to an obscure place at Assin Andoe-Adadientam road and ended up attacking, stabbing and inflicted Cuttlass wounds in an attempt to kill and dump her. This was after the victim has threatened to pull out of the relationship to find a job. The suspect Suspected that the victim bus dating another man that is why she wanted to pull out of the relationship.
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