🐕 Meat: 46-Year Old Man killed over 🐕 Dog Meat(CONTACT)
The Assin Praso police command have arrested a 49-year-old Kume Dzina Thomas a.k.a Sankara for allegedly killing Daniel Akoto a.k.a Abrantie, 46, over a misunderstanding on dog meat at Assin Atwereboanda in the Assin North District of the Central Region.
The deceased was hit with a stick in his head and suffered some bruises on his neck.
A preliminary investigation done by Rich Fm reporter Aduanaba Kofi Essien revealed that one Kwame, a brother of the suspect confronted the deceased over his missing dog.
In reaction, the deceased told Kwame that his brother Sankara invited him to a dog party but he refused to partake in it because he doesn’t know the source of the dog therefore he should ask his brother the whereabouts of his missing dog.
The suspect who wasn’t happy with the revelation confronted the deceased with a stick and in the process of the altercation hit him with it.
The deceased who was bleeding profusely through his nose and ears reported the case to the unit committee members of the area.
On their way to the hospital, the deceased died and they returned home to bury him nicodemusly on the same day.
The District Police Commander of Assin Praso confirming the incident to Oscar said unit committee secretary, Swanzy Lumour and Gideon Zorve, who is also the brother of the deceased have also been arrested for masterminding the burial without authorization of the police and the court.
They are however on a manhunt for the chief and elders of the community for releasing the land for the burial without following due process.
Adding that an exhumation order from court will be secure for the body to be exhumed to undergo autopsy as part of investigation.
Meanwhile, the chief of Assin Atwereboanda, Nana Ahiator IV, said he cannot comment much about the incident since the case is already under investigation. He, however, condemned the act.
Aduanaba Kofi Essien also spoke to Assin North District police commander DSP Moses Osakonor.
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Source: filasconews/Aduanaba Kofi Essien Rich FM