Akwesi Amissah, a 30-year-old man, is accused of inflicting cutlass wounds on a coworker after the latter accused him of pursuing his fiancée.
According to eyewitnesses, who described the event to the media , the victim paid the suspect's fiancee Ghc20.
They claimed that the fiancee visited the workplace of the victim and her fiancee and begged the victim for Ghc5 so she could use it to purchase food for her child while the fiancee was away.
According to the eyewitnesses, the victim gave the woman $20. He had no idea, though, that his deed of charity may later hurt him.
Uncertainty surrounds the suspect's instructions, although it is known that the victim was attacked. However, some neighbors nearby separated them.
Then, he allegedly entered his room, got a cutlass, and attacked the victim.
The victim suffered wounds to his neck, hand, and other bodily parts.
Later, residents and coworkers caught the culprit and turned him over to the police.
The incident has shaken the spine and nerves of the residents of the community.
Such an horrible incident, according to some residents of the community has never occurred in the community before.
The question the residents are asking is that whether the suspect have an issue already with the victim.
The victim has been admitted in hospital receiving treatment.
One of the twenty-two districts in Ghana's Central Region is Asikuma/Odoben/Brakwa. Breman-Ajumako-Enyan District Council, which existed from 1974 to 1978, was transformed into an ordinary district assembly in 1988.
Breman Asikuma served as the district assembly's capital city, and it was situated in the northeastern corner of the Central Region.
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