A man believed to be in his Late 30s has been killed and dumped by the roadside in front of Info Radio at Kpaguri. The Man identified as Kojo Kunta Ogyam from Dabo in the Wa West District was tied with ropes and partially undressed, he was dragged on the floor and sustained bruises, a veil was used to cover the lower part of his body.
The police have been called to the scene and came to convey the corpse to the police station for investigations as to What happened.
According to family members explaining their plight, they opined that he was in the house as at 4am but left the house, they were later told he died and was lying around kpaguri in Wa Upper West Region.
This is the second of its kind as a man was killed and buried close to Wa Technical Institute, the body was exhumed and sent to the police station.
The police have called for calm as investigations have begun.
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