- A Burkina Faso national is in police grips for allegedly killing his German partner and daughter
- Boigouna Aloys is believed to have buried their remains secretly in a nearby bush in their house at Kokrobite
- Residents lodged a complaint at the Kokrobite police station after they realised a stench in the area after the sudden disappearance of the German and her child
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News reaching YEN.com.gh indicates a Burkina Faso national has been apprehended by the Ghana police for taking the life of his partner.
The 43-year-old man is reported to have allegedly murdered his German partner and her 13-year-old daughter.
According to a news report filed by Citinewsroom.com, the suspect, Boigouna Aloys, is believed to have buried their remains secretly in a nearby bush in their house at Kokrobite.
Residents who lived close to the deceased said both the Burkinabe national and German woman had been living together with the daughter of the deceased since January 2020.
According to them, a strong stench in the neighborhood raised suspicions about the possible murder of the two by the suspect since they suddenly disappeared.
A complaint was however, lodged with the Kokrobite police for further investigation.
Police have since visited the scene where the two deceased persons were suspected to have been buried.
The police have begun investigations into the incident and plan to obtain an exhumation order from the court to exhume the suspected dead bodies as investigations continue.
In other news, a police sergeant from the Motor Transport and Traffic Directorate unit of Accra Central, Sgt. Ibrahim Yakubu, is becoming a beacon of hope for professionalism in the police force.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on Facebook, the integrity of Sgt. Ibrahim Yakubu has been highlighted and many have asked that his example be emulated by his colleagues.
Sgt Ibrahim Yakubu is believed to direct traffic at the GIMPA-Christian village junction and according to Bhakta Lawson, the law enforcement individual is very punctual.
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