Former Minister's son, Etika found dead in Manhattan

Former Minister's son, Etika found dead in Manhattan

The New York Police investigating the disappearance of YouTuber Etika have confirmed that they have found his body.

The gamer, 29, born Desmond Amofah was reported missing six days ago when he posted a note that looked like a suicide note on his social media handle.

His belongings were found on Manhattan Bridge on Monday. He had uploaded an eight-minute YouTube video in which he talked about suicide.

Etika was popular for playing and discussing Nintendo games on YouTube and the streaming platform Twitch.

READ ALSO: Brother Sammy faces 25-year jail term for advertising drugs not approved by FDA earlier reported that Ghanaian-American YouTube star and former model, Daniel Desmond Amofah, who wass popularly known as Etika, had been confirmed missing by the New York Police Department (NYPD) Thursday, June 20, 2019.

Daniel Desmond Amofah, a Ghanaian-American YouTube star and former model, famed as Etika has been confirmed missing by the NYPD Thursday, June 20, 2019.

Amofah, used to ran a YouTube channel named EWNetwork, with his vlogs focused on Let’s Plays of video games, Nintendo news updates, trailer reactions, and other reaction videos.

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Etika posted a video that appeared to resemble a suicide note on his YouTube channel on Wednesday, June 19, 2019.

His viewers raised concerns about the video which was later taken down but ultimately led to his discord moderators calling the police.

Nobody saw or heard from him since Wednesday, June 19, 2019.

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