The recent circulating news has unexpectedly broken the hearts of most Ghanaians especially residents of Adum Afrancho near Atwima Kwanwoma in the Ashanti region was when 6 notorious suspects finally landed themselves in another ‘hot’ trouble over the untimely death another ‘innocent’ 23-year old.
According to recent reports by the Ghana Police Service, six notorious suspects have been finally arrested following the land and chieftaincy dispute that led to the untimely death of the 23-year-old, Kwame Yeboah.
In addition to this, the Ghana Police service also revealed that the unexpected clash between the two factions occurred around 7 am hence leading to the untimely incident.
The deceased, Kwame Yeboah was known to have been allegedly stabbed to death by the prime suspect, Kwadjo Brefo who is among the suspects arrested.
Below is a look at the recent press release by the Ghana Police service over the heartbreaking news that has caused massive reactions online.
May his soul rest in perfect peace and all condolences go to the entire family and loved ones.
What do you think should be the punishment of the 6 notorious suspects who unexpectedly stabbed and killed the innocent 23-year-old boy over a land and chieftaincy dispute in the Ashanti region that has broken lots of hearts even though most individuals claimed otherwise?
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