The kind of news which hit our door step day in day out looks hilarious but a very serious news. A man who is believed to be in his early 20s has been seriously butchered by his father. This young man is called Isaac Tetteh. This sad news happened Assin Nyaberiam which is in the Central Region to be precise.
An Eyewitness who narrated this sad ordeal to Kessben FM , Accra explained that Isaac Tetteh has been working with her dad on their palm nut farm to produce palm wine. According to the reporter, Isaac Tetteh while working her dad noticed that the work load for the day has increased. He therefore thought it wise to hire some people to assist him in working.
After hiring these assistants to help him tap the palm wine, Isaac Tetteh decided to take a nap. While sleeping, the father of Isaac Tetteh pounced on him with a machete. Tetteh had to run for his life suffering serious cuts on his head and hands. Acording to the reporter, the father did that because he saw different people tapping his palm wine on his farm. He asked and he was told it was his son who gave them the audacity to do that.
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