- The suspected killer of Nana Afodour, Otumfour’s Asamponhene, has been arrested
- Alhaji Mohammed Sadat was reportedly arrested in Burkina Faso
- Interpol had declared him wanted after the murder of Afordour in August
- Sadat is said to be the businessman Afordour had a deal with
- Reports have it that he had gone to retrieve a loan from his business partner and ended up being murder
YEN.com.gh has gathered that the suspected killer behind the murder of Nana Afordour, Otumfuor’s Asamponhene, has been arrested.
The suspect, in the person of Alhaji Mohammed Sadat, is said to be a businessman with whom the deceased had a deal with.
Sadat is also said to be the last person to have been with the deceased shortly before he was murdered.
He suddenly disappeared after the murder and reportedly turned off his mobile phones.
This heightened the suspicion of the police who have been on his heels till his arrest by Interpol.
This was sighted by YEN.com.gh in a news reports on Citinewsroom.com
Sadat was declared wanted by the Ashanti Regional Police Command on August 22, after three others were arrested to aid in investigations in connection with the murder.
He was apprehended by Interpol on the border between Ghana and Burkina Faso, and is expected to be brought to Ghana by the evening of Monday, September 16, 2019.
Nana Afordour was gruesomely murdered in August and his car set ablaze.
It took some church members to notice the smoke coming from his car to save his corpse from burning.
He was stabbed multiple times in his chest, back, and other parts of the body, as earlier reports suggested.
YEN.com.gh is keenly following up on the arrest of the suspected killer and will inform readers when new updates are available.
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