The people of the Abura Asifi electoral area woke up today to find a dead body in the area just a day after a new Police Station had been commissioned in the community. The deceased is an unidentified person who is not known by community members. The body was found under a high tension pole in a bush.
According to the Assemblyman of the area, Abdul Malik Adjei, he received a call from residents about the dead. They tried to identify who that was but could not tell. However, there were some marks on the body of the deceased which looked like a sharp edge was used to cut the body. Since the Policemen has not yet been posted to the new Police Station, the assemblyman reported the case to the Abura Police Station.
The Police arrived and carried the dead body away. The assemblyman said they could not tell whether the man was a thief or not. But looking at his condition, they could tell he was not a made man. The community members who are now in a state of fear pleaded that Policemen be posted to their new Police Station immediately for their protection.
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