Kwadwo Dicskson on Orgasm News today Monday 11th April 2022, drops another sad news from the Ashanti Region over the death of a giant security officer. According to Kwadwo Dickson and Nana Yaa Oduro, the security man was identified as Congo and he is 50 years old.
Alleged Murderer (driver) arrested.
Mr Congo was found dead at his duty post with blood on his chest and throat. According to the report, the security man was stabbed by one of the drivers who was trying to disobey road safety protocols. Kwadwo Dickson stated that, the incident happened round Kumasi Kejetia New Market.
The police Woman who arrested the driver explain that, the security Man Congo was only directing the driver to park well. But the driver got angry and he took a knife from his car and stab Mr Congo to death.
Honorable Sampae the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly officer urge all the drivers in Kumasi to adopt good habit and conduct in their field. He further urge to police to apply the law effectively on any driver who did not adhere to their road safety protocols.
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