The rate of marital killings and suicides are becoming too rampant in this country. It appears these unfortunate incidents are becoming normal as we wake up every morning to hear this news. Looking at the image below, an elderly man has committed suicide on a tree. Reports indicate that the deceased, late Mr Thomas Kontoh butchered his wife, Lydia Amponsah and after that went to hang himself on this tree.
Angry residents in Michael camp, Mataheko, Gbetsile, and other places under Kpone Katamanso stormed the Electricity Company of Ghana main office at Afienya this afternoon. According to the residents they have not been able to recharge their prepaid meters for the past four days.Anytime they will go to buy prepaid from ECG centers they keep telling no network.
What is it about this generation that we keep receiving heartbreaking news on a daily basis? Every day, we read of arm robbers attacking or killing individuals here and there, careless drivers causing fatal accidents, people killing for spiritual money, or people dying themselves. When will it all come to an end, or have we offended some deity who is punishing us for our crimes by forcing us to go through these things, or is it just human nature that a little difficulty or a terrible scenario can easily escalate into something so evil?
Recent years have seen an increase in the number of murder cases in the country. The country's murder rate continues to rise daily. This prompted other women to come out strongly and threaten to stage a nude demonstration, expressing their outrage over how some married men murdered their spouses.
Residents of Gbetsile Obeye, a suburb within the Kpone Katamanso Municipality have been advised to maintain clean environment at all times as the world battles with the novel Corona virus pandemic. The head of the Kojowe Royal Clan of Kpone Gbetsile-Obeye, Numo Emmanuel Tetteh Amankwah alias Numo Naanatse said it is important for residents to uphold personal hygiene as a key measure in fighting the virus. He said this when advising some residents of the community who called on him at his prayer camp, at Gbetsile