Deputy Director of Youth Employment Agency in Volta Region beats girlfriend to death

Deputy Director of Youth Employment Agency in Volta Region beats girlfriend to death

-A Deputy YEA Director has beaten his girlfriend to death

-The girlfriend died at the Ho Teaching Hospital on Monday

-The Deputy Director will be arraigned before the court today

Philip Caezar Kumah, a deputy director of the Youth Employment Agency (YEA), has reportedly beaten his girlfriend to death in Akatsi North of the Volta Region.

Confirming the development to Accra-based Starr FM, the Volta Regional Police PRO, Sgt. Prince Dogbatse, said the deceased, Elizabeth Yesutor, informed her friends about the abusive nature of Kumah.

Deputy Director of Youth Employment Agency in Volta Region beats girlfriend to death
Elizabeth Yesutor died at the Ho Teaching Hospital
Source: UGC

According to the Police PRO, he personally urged the deceased to report to the police “but that didn’t happen.”

“The gentleman is now in our custody and hopefully, we’ll be going to court today, Thursday, March 11, 2021, then we’ll see what happens,” he stated in the interview monitored by YEN.com.gh.

Sgt. Dogbatse narrated that the deceased was hospitalised after she was assaulted by the boyfriend. “There have been various instances where he had abused this lady,” he stated.

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Elizabeth Yesutor died at the Ho Teaching Hospital on Monday, March 8, 2021.

In other news on YEN.com.gh, one of the rescued boys of the Apam beach drowning saga had been narrating what led to their drowning.

The boy said while he and his friends were swimming, they saw beautiful and attractive ladies approach them.

He said they could not figure out if they were part of the ladies they had gone swimming with, and so they invited them over to join them in swimming.

Just then they saw heavy tidal waves that were beyond normal come to carry some of them away.

He said while the “first batch” of the boys were taken away, the rest of them kept swimming until another powerful wave came for them.

Many people have concluded that the 'strange ladies' in the boy's narration could be mermaids that carried them away to be killed.

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