- The body of a lifeless lady has been seen at Guest House at Somanya
- Police officials have identified the 25-year-old lady as Believe Sakitey
- Believe Sakitey lodged into the hotel with one Charles Tetteh who is on the run
The Somanya Police is investigating a mysterious death of a 25-year-old lady found dead in a guest house, the Ghana News Agency reports.
It all happened when the Director of guest house, David Teye Annor, was visiting the room – which was booked by one Charles Tetteh - was it was time for them to check out. Upon opening the door, there lay the lifeless body of the lady in a pool of blood.
He said the handbag of the deceased was found on a chair and when it was searched an Identity card bearing the name, Believe Sakitey, 25.
The Director of guest house, David Teye Annor, thus reported the matter to the Somanya Police. So far, Charles Tetteh is on the run as the body of the lady has been deposited at the Atua Government Hospital mortuary for preservation and autopsy.
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