Life is full of uncertainties and sometimes it is unbelievable about the news we hear everyday. If it is not about murder, rape, fire outbreak, robbery then accident. This has been happening everyday and it has made the country insecure for the citizens.
Following Kessben TV breaking news from Kumasi in the Ashanti region, Bonfa, a married man killed his wife over a missing pan. According to the report from their correspondent who reported the incident.
The wife took the pan to the farm and didn't return it. Two days later on their way to the farm, the husband asked about the pan and his wife told him one of their neighbours is using it.
According to the report they went to the farm with their six children who reported the incident about their parents missing. The children came home leaving their parents at the farm. After they noticed their parents are not coming, they told their neighbours about their parents not present at home.
The worried neighbours also made announcements in the community where the case happened.
With the help of the children and the police, they found the body of the woman in a bush close to where their farm is located and the husband has been declared missing and wanted by the police.
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