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Mother, two children suffocate in the Ayensu river

The occupants of Agona Otaapirow were mourned when a mother and her two children suffocated in the Ayensu River in the Central Region.

According to the accumulated data, the lady, Esi Akyere, 33, and her four children went to harvest cocoa with a rancher from the network before her death.

After normal daily work, the occupants revealed to Adom News that three of the youths jumped into the creek to take a shower, but did not realize that the canal was full.

After acknowledging that they were in danger, the mother tried to protect them but figured out how to save one of her sons before he suffocated.

It took the efforts of Abusuapanin from Agona Braha Be Kumi Me, Peter Nyadigbe, and different occupants to retrieve the three bodies.

Their bodies have been salvaged at the Swedru Government Hospital funeral home before being examined.

So the deceased's spouse and father, Peter Botwe, has been harmed by the information.

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Abusuapanin Agona Otaapirow Ayensu Esi Akyere Peter Botwe


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