The rate at which people are dying this month of July is unbearable. Most people die of electric shocks and others too die prematurely. Most of them are also killed by robbers, family members and other bad people in the society. Most of these death cases is caused by accident.
Just this afternoon, a man has been found dead in a uncompleted building at Buokrom. This sad incident happened this afternoon in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. His dead body was already decaying in the building.
According to an eyewitness in an interview with OTEC News’ Kwame Agyenim Boateng said that, he found the dead body this afternoon when he was working in the uncompleted building. Due to the strong emanating scent from the building, he rushed to check the source of that bad scent. To his surprise, he found this man's lifeless body in the incompleted building. The incident has sparked fear among residents in the area with many suspecting foul play in the death of the young man.
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