Sad news going viral has it that a name identified as Kampi has shot a farmer identified as Mathew to death for allegedly chasing his wife at Kpantaung, a farming community near Bunkpurugu in the North East region of Ghana.
According to a report sighted and confirmed on United Television (UTV), the victim is alleged to have been in a romantic relationship with the wife of the suspect of which he[suspect] has warmed him on several occasions that he will end his life if he continues to chase his wife.
On Thursday night, the victim met the untimely death after the suspect attacked him in his room, and shot him to death.
The police at Bunkpurugu were informed on Friday and upon getting to the crime scene, they saw a misfired AK47 raffle indicating that the suspect had missed his first shot but succeeded in taking Mathew's life with his second shot.
Kampi, the suspect after committing such a crime is nowhere to be found as the police have declared him wanted.
However, the remains of the victim have been handed over to the family to be buried after a successful post-mortem examination', or autopsy.
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