Fresh details emerge about death of Takoradi NPP treasurer

Fresh details emerge about death of Takoradi NPP treasurer

The Takoradi constituency treasurer of the New Patriotic Party(NPP), Mark Ofori, was reportedly shot dead on Wednesday, October, 2019.

Our manifesto: This is what believes in

According to CitiNewsroom reports, Ofori was believed to have been killed by unknown assailants in his house at Fijai.

After his reported death, members of the pubic were encouraged to divulge any information that would lead to unraveling the death of Ofori.

The NPP second vice-chairman of the constituency, Justice Acquah, narrating the incident, said the murderer had access to Ofori by breaking into his room through the window.

READ ALSO: NPP’s Takoradi constituency treasurer Mark Ofori shot dead

Speaking in an interview monitored by on Neat FM, he said the murderer, with the help of a car jack, broke the burglar-proof of the window in order to get access to the room.

Explaining further, upon jumping in, Ofori who was scared the killer would harm his wife who was up and feeding their third child confronted the assailant.

In an attempt to stop him from hurting the wife and the baby, he was shot twice leading to his sudden death.

His brother was also around by then also joined in to fight the assailant who pointed the gun at him.

Luckily for him, the assailant run out of bullets and eventually resorted to the use of a plank to hurt the brother of the deceased.

READ ALSO: 4 photos of Akua GMB and husband together proving love has nothing to do with age

The assailant, however, escaped before anyone could even see or reproach him. He did not take anything belonging to the Ofori family but rather left his gun behind.

In other news, a recognised Nigerian cancer specialist, Professor Aderemi Tajudeen Ajekigbe, has passed away exactly four months after he was diagnosed with stage four of prostate cancer.

According to research, that stage of the cancer is mostly not curable when it hits men, especially in their later years.

Founder of Atinuke Cancer Foundation, Tinu Lawal, broke the news saying the professor himself revealed his health status to her in June 2019.

READ ALSO: Cancer specialist dies of stage 4 prostate cancer

Sarkodie's amazing performance at This Is Tema Music Festival | #Yencomgh

Subscribe to watch new videos

Your stories and photos are always welcome. Get interactive via our Facebook page.

Source: Yen Newspaper

Mailfire view pixel