Kuulpeeps, y’all remember the horrific accounts of a murder case we told y’all about right after the Easter Holidays.
The one involving an Aeronautic Engineer, Prince Kwabena Kumi who was killed while on his way to pay a surprise visit to his mother.
According to reports, a teenager sitting for the ongoing West Africa Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSSCE), has been arrested together with four others on suspicion of murdering Prince Kwabena Kumi, at Akroso near Oda.
The suspects are Samson Anim, driver of the Hyundai bus the victim boarded before he died, Ebenezer Asante, Samuel Peprah, Frank Konadu and Emmanuel Okyere, the 18-year-old who is writing the WASSSCE, Myjoyonline reports.
Okyere has, however, been granted police inquiry bail on “compassionate grounds” to enable him to continue with the examinations.
They were arrested by personnel of the Eastern Regional Police Command led by the regional crime officer, Chief Superintendent David Kofi Gyabaa, for their alleged involvement the murder of the aeronautic engineer Prince Kwabena Kumi, at Oda during the Easter Holidays.
Confirming the arrests, Public Relations Officer for the Eastern Regional Police, ASP Ebenezer Tetteh, the remaining four suspects have been remanded into police custody after were arraigned before a magistrate court in Koforidua.
“They have since been remanded into prison custody charged provisionally with murder,” ASP Tetteh said