- Delisu Quartey, a 22-year-old mother has spent a year in the Mallam Police Station over an issue that started with a GHc 24 debt
- Delisu's mother, Beatrice Quartey, had borrowed the money for food from a friend when the friend later had a conflict with her daughter, Delisu, over the money
- The friend later reported the incident to the police, claiming that a child died because of the misunderstanding with Delisu
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A 22-year-old Ghanaian mother identified as Delisu Quartey has reportedly spent one year behind bars for an issue that pivoted around a GHc 24 debt.
In a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Crimecheckfoundation.org, Delisu's mother indicated that Delisu had been at the Mallam Police Station in Accra for over a year after efforts to get her bail failed.
Recounting how she got convicted in the first place, Beatrice Quartey, Delisu's mother mentioned that it all began when she, Beatrice, borrowed GHc 24 from her friend for food.
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Then there was a day when Beatrice sent Delisu to the same friend's house to fetch water and a misunderstanding ensued between the two ladies over the amount owed.
After the conflict, Beatrice's daughter paid the debt but was reported by Beatrice's friend to the police for murder and was arrested.
The police arrested my daughter because one of my friend’s siblings accused her that whiles she carried her baby behind her, Delisu slapped her and her child fell and died in the process. It is a lie because it was only exchange of words that happened between them,” Beatrice mentioned
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Sadly, YEN.com.gh also reported recently that Chris Afelete Tamakloe, one of the young finalists of the Keyboard Idol reality show on Citi TV has passed on from a car crash as reported by Citi FM on the morning of September 23, 2020.
Out of the hundreds of entries that were received, the talented 14-year-old Chris was able to make to the top 10 remaining contestants of the competition before his untimely demise.
Many Ghanaians have flooded social media with heartbreaking comments after learning of the passing of the super-talented young man.
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