- An 18-year-old student of Efiduase Senior High School has been stabbed to death
- Reports have it that he was stabbed in the neck multiple times by some assailants
Derrick Adjei, a student of Efiduase Senior High School in the Sekyere East District of the Ashanti Region, has reportedly died on Wednesday September 26, after some unknown assailants stabbed him in the school.
The deceased, 18 years, popularly known as Tygar Lee, before his death was a Form 3 Business student.
According to reports sighted by YEN.com.gh on MyNewsGh.com, late Derrick Adjei's assailants attacked him at the back of the school wall between 6 and 7 pm on September 26 and stabbed him multiple times.
Preliminary checks however indicated that there were no blood stains at spot the incident took place.
School authorities are purportedly tight-lipped about the situation even though the news about the stabbing is gaining attention.
Dozens of parents are reported to have rushed to check up on their wards who attend the school but none of them have been able to reach their wards to verify their safety.
According to some of the students, the deceased went out from the school to watch a football match with his friends but on their return wanted to go and ease himself.
The next thing they heard was that he had been stabbed by some unknown assailants.
A team of crime officers from the Efiduase Divisional Police Command have since been deployed to the school to begin investigations into the incident.
However, a housemaster who spoke to the media under the condition of anonymity indicated authorities and some of the students were assisting the police to carry out investigations into the stabbing.
The body is still at the Efiduase Police station and it is yet to be released to the parents of the deceased.
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