In the late hours of yesterday, social media was flooded with terrible and heartbreaking news. Angelina Akua Serwah Gyimah, a young lady of 24 years, was the subject of the news. According to witnesses, the young lady was shot in the throat when armed robbers riding a motorcycle wrestled an unknown item from her near Tech Junction in Kumasi, more specifically in Maxima. When the robbers discovered she was hesitant to give up the thing they wanted, they shot her.
According to reputable sources, Akua Serwah Gyimah was her mother's only hope as a hardware store employee in Tanoso. According to police reports, the deceased went out to check on a friend at Tech Junction on Tuesday around 6 p.m. and was fatally shot by two evil men who shot and killed her in the blink of an eye.
According to additional information, she was the family's breadwinner because her parents were divorced. Her mother relied on her for existence, but now she must face the consequences of her caring daughter's death. The deceased's family has now filed an official report with the police, allowing them to begin their investigation.
According to Angel FM correspondent Osei Kojo. The family filed a formal report with the Asokore magistrates court, as well as an official complaint. The body of the deceased was brought to the Okomfo Anokye Teaching Hospital for autopsy results before being released for burial.
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