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Police are investigating the death of an OPASS student who was discovered with several knife wounds

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Police are investigating the death of an OPASS student who was discovered with several knife wounds

Police in Koforidua have launched an inquiry into the death of a final-year student at Ofori Panin Senior High School (OPASS), identified as Bonzie Kelvin.

On Wednesday evening, 19-year-old Kelvin was seen in a pool of blood with many knife wounds, gasping for air, when a passer-by promptly raised an alert outside the Koforidua Technical University.

He was brought to Effiduase St. Joseph Hospital, where he died on Thursday morning, July 13, 2023.

According to family members, the young guy requested permission from the school administration to attend his sister’s wedding over the weekend.

He was returning to school to join his classmates in preparing for the approaching West Africa Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

However, it remains unknown what caused his death.

Adweso Command personnel who were alerted have already initiated an inquiry to capture the culprits.

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Police officer nabbed for suspected shooting incident in Ashanti Region

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In reaction to the tragedy, the Inspector-General of Police has met with the deceased's wife and family to offer condolences and assistance at this difficult time. A high-level police mission has also been despatched to meet with the impacted families and communities. Authorities have informed the public that a comprehensive investigation is underway to determine the facts behind the incident. See the post below.

The Ashanti South Regional Police Command has apprehended a police officer who is alleged to have been engaged in a fatal shooting.

The incident occurred on April 4, 2024, at Manso Adubia, Ashanti Region.

“The Ashanti South Regional Police Command has detained a police officer for an alleged fatal shooting incident that occurred today, April 4th, 2024, at Manso Adubia in the Ashanti Region,” the Ghana Police Service stated on social media.

In reaction to the tragedy, the Inspector-General of Police has met with the deceased’s wife and family to offer condolences and assistance at this difficult time.

A high-level police mission has also been dispatched to meet with the impacted families and communities.

Authorities have informed the public that a comprehensive investigation is underway to determine the facts behind the incident.

See the post below.

POLICE OFFICER DETAINED FOR ALLEGED SHOOTING INCIDENT

The Ashanti South Regional Police Command has detained a Police Officer for an alleged fatal shooting incident which occurred today 4th April 2024, at Manso Adubia in the Ashanti Region. pic.twitter.com/sa512TWQew

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Kasoa missing manhood: Court remands another trader over false alarm

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The court presided over by Naomi Kontuor did not take Mohammed's plea. He is slated to return on April 11, 2024. The prosecutor, Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Thomas Sarfo and Sergeant Ernest Theodore Osei, informed the court that the complainant was a Nigerian from Kogi State. It informed the court that the Central East Command Police had received multiple instances of persons losing their masculinity, which resulted in the attack of innocent individuals. The prosecution said that on March 25, 2024, the complainant travelled to Kasoa to pay a visit to a cousin and do phone business, but he did not see the relative and became stuck.

A District Court in Awutu Breku, Central Region, has remanded a 20-year-old businessman who reportedly falsely claimed that his penis had gone.

Osman Mohammed has been accused of publishing fake news and deceiving a public authority.

Mohammed and his accomplices, Abdulah and Tamim, who are still at large, have been charged jointly with conspiracy to commit a crime, assault, inflicting harm to the complainant, Abdulai Abdul Rahaman Ibrahim, and stealing 100,000 Naira.

The court presided over by Naomi Kontuor did not take Mohammed’s plea.

He is slated to return on April 11, 2024.

The prosecutor, Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Thomas Sarfo and Sergeant Ernest Theodore Osei informed the court that the complainant was a Nigerian from Kogi State.

It informed the court that the Central East Command Police had received multiple instances of persons losing their masculinity, which resulted in the attack of innocent individuals.

The prosecution said that on March 25, 2024, the complainant travelled to Kasoa to pay a visit to a cousin and do phone business, but he did not see the relative and became stuck.

On March 27, 2024, at around 1330 hours, the complainant decided to return to Nigeria, and while on his way to the station, he encountered the accused individuals at a location within the Kpormittey village in Kasoa, and approached them to inquire about his brother.

According to the prosecution, Mohmmed raised an alarm and informed others that the complainant had touched his body, causing his penis to disappear.

According to the prosecution, the accused and others arrested him and beat him severely.

According to the prosecution, police intervened and rescued the complainant, who had assault marks.

The prosecutor stated that throughout the inquiry, the plaintiff alleged that his assailants stole 100,000 Naira from his luggage.

The police gave medical paperwork to the complainant and Mohammed, who went to Kasoa Polyclinic for treatment and assessment.

The prosecution stated that the complainant was treated and dismissed.

In Mohammed’s case, the prosecution claimed that a team of medical professionals lead by Dr. Boampong Ebenezer affirmed Mohammed’s penis was “stable” in a report.

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Ghanaian couple convicted for fatally beating their 5-year-old son in New York

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Instead, they took him to a family member's home, where he was subsequently found dead. "This little boy endured days of abuse at the hands of these defendants, one of whom was his own mother, until tragically succumbing to his severe injuries," remarked the District Attorney in a news statement. "Thanks to the diligent investigation by the Suffolk County Police Department and the dedicated efforts of the prosecutors, justice has been served in holding the defendants accountable for this heinous crime." The Ghanaian couple is scheduled to be sentenced on May 1, 2024, and faces the prospect of life imprisonment.

A Ghanaian couple living in the United States has been convicted of second-degree murder in the death of their five-year-old boy on Long Island, nearly three years after the horrific incident occurred.

Valerie Owusu and Emmanuel Addae were convicted of viciously assaulting the youngster with “at least four different instruments” over three days in 2021, according to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office.

The prosecutors showed that neither Owusu, the biological mother, nor Addae phoned 911 or sought medical attention as the boy’s condition deteriorated.

Instead, they took him to a family member’s home, where he was subsequently found dead.

“This little boy endured days of abuse at the hands of these defendants, one of whom was his own mother, until tragically succumbing to his severe injuries,” remarked the District Attorney in a news statement.

“Thanks to the diligent investigation by the Suffolk County Police Department and the dedicated efforts of the prosecutors, justice has been served in holding the defendants accountable for this heinous crime.”

The Ghanaian couple is scheduled to be sentenced on May 1, 2024, and faces the prospect of life imprisonment.

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