Some body parts of Major Mahama were missing - Pathologist

Some body parts of Major Mahama were missing - Pathologist

- Dr Lawrence Adusei was not able to trace parts of the deceased's body

- About 23 people are currently standing trial before the court for their involvement in the murder of Major Mahama

Some body parts of the murdered military officer, Major Maxwell Adam Mahama, went missing while it was undergoing autopsy, can report.

This was revealed by Dr Lawrence Adusei, the pathologist, who conducted the autopsy on the body of the late soldier.

‘Some body parts of Major Mahama were missing’ - Pathologist
late Major Mahama

According to the doctor, things were taken out of the body without his knowledge and without him knowing who did it, directed it and for what purpose it was done.

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Dr Adusei also blamed the police for the delay in the conclusion of the autopsy.

He told the Accra circuit court that the police had been uncooperative with him, as certain demands of his had not been met.

Major Maxwell Mahama was with the 5 Battalion of Infantry at Burma Camp in Accra.

He was the commander in charge of a detachment at Diaso in the Central Region.

His untimely death happened in May when some youth of the area lynched him on suspicion that he was an armed robber.

The late Major Mahama was buried at the Military Cemetery in Osu after a state funeral at the forecourt of the State House..

‘Some body parts of Major Mahama were missing’ - Pathologist
Major Mahama's wife and mother

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The action by the residents were condemned by everyone.

Meanwhile, government has initiated a process to create a Trust Fund that will cater for the welfare of the family of slain soldier, Major Maxwell Adams Mahama.

The Major Mahama Trust Fund Bill, 2017 was introduced in Parliament Tuesday, after Cabinet sanctioned it.

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So far, 25 people are currently facing trial on the charge of murder of the soldier.

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