The heartbreaking case concerning the untimely death of the late Abuakwa North member of parliament, J. B. Danquah broke lots of hearts as the most anticipated case is currently under trial in other to fish out the main suspect.
With respect to this, the first accused person in the murder case of the deceased, J. B. Danquah seems to finally lad himself in another serious trouble following the recent update on the case.
Whilst addressing an Accra High Court over the alarming case, the investigator, Police chief Inspector Daniel Nkrumah, the fingerprints which were taken from the residence of the murderer Ed J.B. Danquah, unfortunately, matched that if the first accused, Daniel Asiedu who is known to be the first person in the murder trial.
“The report of the Police Forensic Bureau indicated that the fingerprints taken from the deceased’s room were that of the fingerprints of the first accused person (Daniel Asiedu) and the footprints were also identical to the size and form of Asiedu”, the Chief Inspector of, Daniel Nkrumah emphatically revealed.
Do you think that the first accused person over the murder of the late, J. B. Danquah, Daniel Asiedu is innocent upon recent evidence gathered by the investigator that has raised massive concerns online even though most individuals claimed otherwise?
Do you think that, family members including the wife of the deceased, J. B. Danquah should be undoubtedly investigated considering where the incident occurred as highlighted by most Ghanaians even though other individuals agree otherwise?
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