27.04.2005 Crime & Punishment

Murder At Abeka-Lapaz

By Daily Guide
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A Youngman, in his early twenties, has been brutally murdered in cold-blood by one Mr. Ameyibor, for daring to hit the head of his seventeen-year-old daughter.

Daily Guide has learnt that Kwame Musah, the deceased, died on March 23, 2005 after being stabbed twice by the alleged murderer, Mr Ameyibor. The deceased has since been buried at the Awudome Cemetary, whilst the alleged murderer, is on remand at the Tesano Police Station, awaiting trial at Amasaman Court.

The wife of Mr Ameyibor, a certain Florence who aided her husband to allegedly murder the late Kwame Musah, has been surprisingly set free by a Sgt. Steven of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID), at the Tesano Police Station.

Daily Guide was reliably informed by residents of the house in which the incident occurred that the late Kwame Musah was a very hard-working young man, who worked as a house-help, until his untimely death. They told newsmen that, on the fateful day, when the incident occurred, Musah was working when a misunderstanding erupted between him and the seventeen-year old daughter of Ameyibor, and he hit her head with his bare hand.

This prompted the girl to summon her father, who rushed to retaliate on her behalf. Mr Ameyibor allegedly hit the deceased, five times on the head. When the late Musah allegedly fought back, his assailant became offended, and rushed to etch a knife with which he allegedly stabbed the deceased, twice. He reportedly bled profusely, and died, while being conveyed to the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital.

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