The Head of Ambulance Service in the Adansi South Municipality in the Ashanti Region has reportedly committed suicide. According to Suncity Radio's report as corroborated by Kessben TV, the late Mr. Famous Takyi left an interesting but sad note beside his corpse.
" I'm leaving this painful world for you and your mother. God will definitely demand my blood from the two of you. We shall meet again" The Ambulance Boss reportedly wrote.
Community members told the Police about how the late Famous Takyi spent so much on his girlfriend. When it got to the time for marriage, the lady's mother reportedly objected to the marriage. She reportedly refused to recognise the man became he is not from their tribe ( Ashanti).
Before filing this report, the body of the late Mr. Famous Takyi had been conveyed by his colleague Ambulance Service workers in the company of the Ghana Police Service to the mortuary.
May his soul continue to rest in perfect peace till we meet again in the high Heavens. Amen
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