Death is inevitable and everyone will taste death. But sometimes the tales of our death may be soo shocking that they will forever be carved in our collective memory.
According to the latest news update we received from Onua FM on Monday 30th May 2022 indicates a young boy whose name had not been identified yet was found dead in the sea at Komenda Edina Eguafo Abbrem in the Central Region of Ghana.
According to some of the people who rushed to the sea shore when the news spread in the whole town, It was confirmed that the young boy was allegedly murdered by unknown Sakawa boys.
The Assembly member of the electoral area by name Hon. Isaac Kweison said they were shocked as they were hit with such a sad scene.
pictures of the sad scene.
The body of the young man has been deposited in the Komenda Edina Government hospital for an autopsy and investigation.
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