The incident, which happened late Thursday night has caused a stir among residents in the community.
A tenant of the house, Mr Prince Goka, in an interview said the deceased came to him when he returned from Cape Coast.
He revealed that he even gave him a loaf of bread and asked him to wait so they could watch his favourite TV series with him as they usually did.
He was therefore quite shocked to learn of the incident.
According to reports, mother of deceased asked her son to come with her to praying meeting but he told her he cannot go and later came back to find out her son was dead.
Police personnel from the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service have retrieved the deceased’s body and deposited it at the Worawora government hospital waiting for autopsy.
The Police has also started investigations to know the cause of death of a 10-year old boy.
So I ask what is really happing in Ghana at all? Is it that our security and the protection of the citizens weak ?
What is really causing this sudden death in our country now a days.
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