Man 50, Killed, dumped at school compound

The body has been conveyed by the Kasoa District Police Command and deposited at the Police morgue for preservation and autopsy whiles investigations are ongoing. 

Man 50, Killed, dumped at school compound
Dead person

A man believed to be in his late 50's has been allegedly beaten to death, dumped behind Kasoa Odupong Kpehe school building in the Awutu Senya East Municipality of the Central Region. 

The sad incident happened Tuesday Dawn and was found dead in the morning around 6:00 am when the School Children and the traders in the area saw him on the floor unconscious. 

Information gathered indicated by Soireenews revealed that the deceased was allegedly assaulted somewhere before being dumped behind the school block.

The man is believed to have died due to internal bleeding after some hours.

In an interview with Central Regional Soireenews Correspondent, Abusuapanyin Kojo Ahinful, Awutu Senya East Municipal National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO), Director, Kwame Amoah disclosed that there has not been a single week without conveying dead body to Police Mortuary in the Kasoa and its environment.

Kwame Amoah appealed to the people of Kasoa to temper justice with mercy and desist from instant justice. 

According to him, the rate at which Instance justice is handled at the Awutu Senya East Municipality and its environs is high.

Some traders revealed that the person is not known in the area.

According to some of the traders who saw the deceased lying unconscious before dying said, they saw the deceased early Tuesday Morning so they thought he was hungry so they gave him well to eat and gave him water to drink but couldn't eat drink the water.

They later forced him to drink a small amount of water they then saw him dead.

After he died they called on the Police and the NADMO which they came and convey the body.

The body has been conveyed by the Kasoa District Police command and deposited at the Police morgue for preservation and autopsy whiles investigations are ongoing. 

Abusuapanyin Kojo Ahinful, Central Region