Deaths in the country has increased rapidly in the country due to the poor standards of living amongst the people
However there has been a similar incident incident in Accra which has caught lots of people off guard today.Per the news reported by Angel, a man killed his landlord in Sowutuom and hid in his ceiling
The report further detailed that the landlord was a cripple who was often pushed on a wheelchair by his most trusted caretaker.On the day of his he locked the poor landlord in his room and attacked him with a knife and later went in for knife to complete his premeditated attack
The police force around the area where quick to the place hence did all they could to grab the caretaker in the ceiling of the house.He has since been taken away for further investigations and trials.The report said that the landlord had money in his room and that was only known to his caretaker.
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