Death is one of the painful things human beings will always yearn at it and weep bitterly when someone falls into the pit of death. Death is what we all pray against that we will stay a little longer on earth.
It is very sad and terrible to hear some bad news from the Eastern Region of Ghana. It was recorded live on Angel TV via Facebook and other social media handles that, An old man between the ages of 75-80 years old have murdered a beautiful Lady in Eastern Region.
It was reported that the man had a sharp argument with one of his family member who happens to be a female.
On that note, the Lady's Uncle Is the Man.
As a result of the argument, the man went into the room to pull out a gun and short the Lady to death through the stomach.
The police have apprehended the man and the man is currently in police custody in the Eastern Region of Ghana this afternoon.
Below the link to the above news.
The news was reported by Prophet Kumchacha Live on Angel TV.
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