- A 70-year-old man has been stabbed to death by his 21-year-old daughter
- The suspect, Daniella Nyarkoh is reportedly mentally unstable
- The body of the deceased has been deposited at the Tema General Hospital mortuary
News reaching YEN.com.gh indicates that a 21-year-old woman has stabbed her father to death.
The father was 70.
The incident happened in Tema and the suspect, Daniella Nyarkoh, has since been arrested by the Tema Police.
It followed a complaint by the suspect’s brother called Prince at the Community 2 police station on Sunday, May 30, 2021, according to The Ghana Report.
Chief Superintendent, Stella Dede Dzakpasu, the Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the Tema Regional Police Command, confirmed the incident to the outlet.
When the Crime Scene Management Team from the Tema Regional Criminal Investigations Department (CID) arrived at the scene, the lifeless body of the 70-year-old was lying in a pool of blood.
Chief Superintendent Dzakpasu said the team found the body of the deceased with multiple “fresh wounds” on the head and the throat.
Two kitchen knives were retrieved from the crime scene.
The deceased identified as Ishmael Nyarkoh is said to be a diabetic patient and had his left leg amputated on medical grounds.
The body was conveyed to the Tema General Hospital mortuary for preservation, awaiting autopsy.
The suspect, according to the police is battling mental health complications.
In a separate development on YEN.com.gh, the Rastafarian student who won the ‘dreadlock’ case against the Achimota School has stated that he feared at some point during the landmark case the judge will be bribed to rule against him.
“At a point, I lost hope because looking at the country and from what I watch on the news and corruption, I thought the judge could be bribed, Oheneba Nkrabea said on Morning Starr and monitored by YEN.com.gh.
He was thus “surprised” when the ruling “went in our favour.” “It has to do with the system,” he stressed.
The Human Rights Court 1 Division of the High Court in Accra on Monday ordered the Achimota School to admit Tyrone Marhguy and Oheneba Nkrabea, the dreadlock-wearing Rastafarian boys into the school.
The ruling was read by High Court Judge, Gifty Adjei Addo.
Her reasons were that failure to admit the applicant because of their dreadlocks, which is a manifestation of their religious right is a violation of their human right, right to education, and dignity.
Tyrone Marhguy filed a suit against the Achimota School’s decision not to admit him over their dreadlocks.
The Achimota school demanded that both Tyrone and Oheneba cut off their dreadlock before they would be admitted into the school.