Thursday, 21st October 2021
News coming in is that a man who killed his pregnant wife at Nyankyerenease, a community in the Kwadaso Municipality of Ashanti region has died. Maxwell who allegedly stabbed his 30 year old Betty to death last week was receiving treatment at the Suntreso Government Hospital until his demise this morning.
There is scanty information about the cause of his death. However according to Kobena Adom who broke the news on Midday Live today, it is believed that Maxwell took a poisonous substances leading to his death. The Police are yet to officially issue a statement on the latest developments.
It will be recalled that last week, the people of Nyankyerenease woke up to the terrible news of yet another spousal attack. Maxwell who had lived in the commuinity with his wife for years without any problem had stabbed the woman infront of their 6 year old child. The woman was rushed to the hospital by co-tenants but she was pronounced dead on arrival.
The Police smoked out Maxwell who was on the run from his hideout. But he reportedly fell sick while in police custody and was rushed to the Suntreso Government Hospital for treatment.
CitizenOne will still be following this case and update followers as and when required.
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