Duayaw Nkwanta Police division have dragged a suspected murderer to court for stabbing his friend to death in a drinking bar. The sad incident occurred on Sunday, 7th March, 2021 at Duayaw Nkwanta in the Tano North municipality of the Ahafo region.
The suspect, Kofi Braimah is alleged to have stabbed his friend multiple times in the chest and stomach with a broken bottle when a strong verbal altercation ensued between them leading to a fist fight at a popular "akpeteshie" drinking bar.
The murdered, Atta Kofi was left in a pool of blood when volunteers took him to the Duayaw Nkwanta Municipal Hospital.
Atta Kofi died shortly after arrival and the police team went to arrest Kofi Braimah also known as "Arandy".
The Duayaw Nkwanta Police thereafter prepared murder charges and arraigned the suspect before the Duayaw Nkwanta Circuit Court.
The case has been adjourned to 9th April, 2021 for further adjudication on the matter.
Murder is a criminal offence under the 1960 Amendment criminal code of Ghana and if found guilty could face any criminal punishment such as death, life imprisonment or more than 25 years for unintentional killings.
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