According to Angel Broadcasting Network's Kojo Dickson, an unidentified young man in his mid-20s went missing for several days. His family and friends formed a search party to find out where their beloved brother had gone. After several hours of looking, they received a tip from someone who said he saw him heading towards the river.
They were astonished to discover his clothing gone when they arrived to the river's side, but the actual individual was nowhere to be found.
They dived into the river in search of their sibling, sensing danger. Unfortunately, his lifeless body was discovered. A young man, possibly the deceased's sibling, was spotted unsuccessfully attempting to resuscitate him.
According to Lordina of Breman Asikuma, an eyewitness, the people of Breman Asikuma do not believe he drowned, but rather that he was murdered and his body thrown into the river.
According to Lordina, the eyewitness, the body was deposited at the morgue and further investigation into the matter began.
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