It has been reported that, a 25 year old man has sadly lost his life during a football match of which he was also part of the players.
According to the account given by eyewitness, the unfortunate accident happened when a union of Assin taxi drivers organized a football match at Assin Atonsu.
Assin Atonsu is a town within the Assin Foso district in the central region of Ghana.
It was revealed that, the murderer stabbed him in his chest and rib over a misunderstanding that ensued as they were playing the football match.
However, it hasn't been established yet if the one who stabbed the deceased has been arrested yet.
According to detailed information received, the deceased, referred to as Paa Akwasi, had a little misunderstanding with the suspect.
Due to this, the deceased was asked not to participate in the match.
Eyewitness indicated that though they were separated because of the commotion, the deceased never left the playing area.
The pandemonium between the suspect, Charles, and the deceased got more heated leading him to stabb the victim in the process.
He was rushed to the hospital, but couldn't make it.
The deceased’s body has however been deposited at the St Francis hospital morgue.
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