Oti region is one of the newly created regions in Ghana. It was then part of the Volta region. The sas news happening these days in Oti Region is very terrible. There must be police reenforcement in the Oti region before certain incidence can stop. Off late, a lot of robbery cases is happening in the Oti Region.
This morning, we have received another sad news coming from the Oti Region. It was confirmed that a man who is suspected to be in his forties was found dead on the high way of Damai [Nkwanta] - Kadjebi Road. Residents in the Okanta constituency who arrived at the scene thought the man was knocked down by a vehicle and the driver refuse to stop.
But the investigation carried out by the police, shows that, it was a painful death. This is because strange injuries could be scene on the body of the dead man which goes beyond an accident. It is therefore easily for the police to conclude that, the man was killed by some wicked murderers and his dead body was dump on the road to show that it was an accident.
The dead body is currently resting in the morgue of Papase Dodi St. Theresa Hospital in Oti Region. Source - MyNewsGh.
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