A young man believed to be in his early 40's has eportedly met his untimely death after he was arrested and beaten by the people of Abuo Ntem.
This sad incident happened on the 27th of July 2021, at Abuo Ntem in Aputuogya in the Bosomtwe Constituency of the Ashante Region.
A reporter of Angel Fm on the stations 12 pm news dubbed 'orgasm news' narrated the incident. He said the residents of Abuo Ntem saw three people entering into someone's house around 10 pm. One of the tenants in the house shouted for help as he was being attacked by armed robbers.
He said when the residents heard the noise, they rushed to the house. The robbers upon knowing their lives were in danger fled. Two of them were able to escape and the dead one was caught. He was tied and Lynched by the residents until he lost his life.
The reporter said the people had wanted to burn him with car tyres, however some of the residents disagreed, hence they left his body and called the police.
Does such people deserve to be Lynched or given to the police?
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