- A naval officer with the Eastern Naval Command in Sekondi has angrily inflicted knife wounds on a fellow Airforce soldier
- The officer reportedly stabbed the left upper cheek and back waist of Bernard Ababio, an Airforce soldier for having an affair with his wife
- Umar has been detained at the Naval Base in Sekondi
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A naval officer with the Eastern Naval Command in Sekondi has angrily inflicted knife wounds on a fellow Airforce soldier.
The officer, Leading Seaman Umar Sahid Abubakar reportedly stabbed the left upper cheek and back waist of one Bernard Ababio, who is an Airforce soldier for having slept with his wife.
Umar has been detained at the Naval Base in Sekondi for inflicting knife wounds on the left upper cheek and back waist of the Airforce personnel.
According to a report filed by Starr News, Umar lost his temper after he caught Ababio in his matrimonial bed sleeping with his wife, Linda Akosua Buabeng.
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The report further indicated that Umar was at the Sekondi Police station to lodge a complaint against Bernard Ababio for biting his index finger after confronting him when he caught Ababio in the act.
While writing his statement, Bernard also arrived at the same Sekondi police station to lodge a case of assault, and that was when Abubakar was arrested.
The victim, Bernard Ababio, was given a police medical form for treatment.
In other news, a police officer has allegedly exhumed and escaped with over 10 dead bodies from the Gomoa Fawomaye Cemetery.
The Odikro of the area, Nana Okofo Kwakye Abeka Acquah III said Superintendent Robert Cobby approached them to sell a piece of land for a project he wanted to undertake.
According to the Chief, he informed the police officer the land he wanted was a cemetery and was not up for sale.
The Chief stated that the next day, the police officer and some thugs had invaded the land which happens to be the cemetery, broke down tombstones, and made away with 10 dead bodies and skeletons.
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