Follow this page for more updates, share and comment belowGregory Afoko Has Died"/>
This year is really claiming many lives than any year. Many people who has served the country in diverse way have been lost this year.
Another heart breaking news have it that Mr Gregory Afoko, a brother of the Former National Chairman of the ruling NPP, Mr Paul Afoko has died.
It was known that Mr Gregory Afoko was ill for close to a year now.
Nevertheless, he was standing a trial as a suspect in the Murder of Adams Mahama who was also killed some years now.
Gregory is believed to have died this morning as per the report.
Mr Afoko was charged by the country as the prime suspect who has in hand the murder of the former Upper East Regional Chairman of the NPP.
Mr Afoko before his demise, was arranged to appear in court on 24th November, 2020.
This has cause many to think differently. Meanwhile, we are waiting for the bereaved family to come out with the arrangements about how he will be buried.
May his soul rest well.
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