- The police in the Ga West municipality have arrested a nursing mother for allegedly beating her stepdaughter to death
- She will be arraigned before the court tomorrow, Thursday, June 10, 2021
- The father of the victim has also been arrested for abetting the crime
News reaching YEN.com.gh indicates that a nursing mother has allegedly beaten her three-year-old stepdaughter to death.
Esther Nyanteh, the suspect is said to be nursing an eight-month-old baby.
She was arrested after neighbours lodged a complaint with the police.
Nyanteh has since been released on police enquiry bail, graphiconline.com reported.
The three-year-old’s father who goes by the name Bismark Sarpong alias ‘Killer’ was also arrested by the Oshuiman Police Post, near Pokuase in the Ga West municipality. He was charged with abetment of crime.
The Public Relations Officer of the Accra Regional Police Command, DSP Effia Tenge, said the biological mother of the three-year-old had been invited by the police to complete a coroner’s form for a post mortem.
Meanwhile, Nyanteh is being prepared to be put before the District Magistrate Court, Amasaman on Thursday, June 10, 2021.
In other news on YEN.com.gh, a 27- year-old hairdresser, Hilda Asumani, is in the grips of the police at Abesin in the Sunyani Municipality for allegedly stabbing her boyfriend, Prince Yaw Aboagye, 30, to death.
According to a report filed by 3news.com, the suspect inflicted multiple knife injuries on the neck and chin of the deceased.
A resident who pleaded anonymity said Hilda and her boyfriend had a misunderstanding about her partner having an affair with another woman.
Hilda reportedly seized Prince’s phone later and that led to a squabble which was later resolved though she refused to give him back his phone.
According to a police source, the two engaged in another quarrel after Prince refused to give the suspect some of the grasscutter meal that he was enjoying in the evening.
Hilda allegedly stabbed her lover four times on the neck and chin and sensing danger, tried to stop the blood that oozed from the wounds with a bedspread.
The deceased was later found lying lifeless in front of their room in a pool of his own blood.
Meanwhile, eight persons are feared dead in an accident that occurred at Soko, a farming community in the Ashanti Region.
The unfortunate incident happened on Monday, June 7, 2021, at about 7:45 am after a head-on collision of a sprinter bus and a tipper truck.
In a report filed by 3news, an eyewitness said a Sprinter bus with registration number GT 4013-14, which was coming from Kumasi at top speed collided with a tipper truck with registration number WR 1653-A.
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