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Two friends died in ‘wee’ fight at Kotwi

Two friends have been reportedly died in violent fight over “cannibis” at Kotwi in the Atwima Kwanwoma District of the Ashanti Region.


Reports say, the suspect, a 24 year old Sherrif is said to have “pulled a knife and stabbed the deceased who has been identified by the residents as Mr Boakye, 26 to death instantly.
According to the reports, the incident happened Sunday January 16, 2022 at about 5:30 pm when misunderstanding ensued between them over payment of ‘wee’.


Some residents who spoke to OTEC News’ reporter Kwame Agyenim Boateng in an interview said,  Mr Boakye died after he was stabbed by Sherrif.


Some eye witnesses and residents in the area who spoke to OTEC News disclosed that, the scuffle which started as a joke between the two begun when Boakye refused to sell cannibis to Sherrif in a ghetto in the area.


“What we heard was that Nana Boakye accused the suspect ( Sherif) of not being credit wealthy and  denied Sherif the opportunity to buy “wee” on credit basis,   the incident  which led to a fisticuff  between the two”


The reports indicated that, about 11 boys from the ghetto including Nana Boakye trying to lynch Sherif over a reason best known to them.


Reports further revealed that, Sherrif in the cause of the attack  from the mob stabbed Nana Boakye’s  chest leading to his dead.


The rest of the gang according residents accosted Sherif and lynched him in the process.


Bodies of the deceased were later taken by the police and have been deposited at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital morgue for authopsy.


Meanwhile Mr Onua John, father of Boakye has decried claims that his son was killed over cannibas.


He appealed to the Ashanti Regional Police Command to investigate the matter thoroughly and come out with the real cause of the fight that lead to his son’s death.


Source: Ghana/otecfmghana.com

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