- A man is in is in police grips of the police for allegedly stabbing his wife to death in the presence of his children
- The sad event occurred at a compound house where they both resided
- The body has since been deposited at the Ghana Police Hospital Morgue
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48-year-old Prince Korley Commodore, is in police grips of the police for allegedly stabbing his wife to death in the presence of his children at Dansoman Shiabu in Accra.
The suspect who happens to be an usher in church and his wife Dorcas Anafi Commodore, 37, until, the unfortunate event had been happily married for nine years.
Their children, both girls, aged five and eight, were said to have been in the bedroom at the time of the incident, with one of them screaming and saying “daddy you are killing mummy” a number of times.
The body has since been deposited at the Ghana Police Hospital Morgue.
When the Daily Graphic visited the compound house where the couple lived at Dansoman Shiabu, some tenants said the couple was always happy and were the envy of many.
They said the suspect made pronouncements which did not make sense on the night before the incident.
According to the co-tenants, the woman who was not happy called a pastor of their church and informed him about her husband’s weird behavior.
After speaking to Prince Commodore, the pastor told the couple he would visit them the next morning.
In other news, a staunch member of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), T.K. Aboagye, popularly known as One Man NPP, has shed tears after he revealed that he has been betrayed by the bigwigs of the NPP.
One Man NPP said after working so hard to ensure the victory of the party in the 2016 general elections, he has been neglected by the very people he worked for.
Speaking in an interview on Hot 93.9, he said those who never toiled for the party are amassing wealth for themselves while he was still struggling.
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