- Police in Accra have arrested two men for killing their Chinese boss
- The two raided the Sakumono home of the Chinese man and killed him before making away with some of his valuables.
- They have confessed to the crime and have been charged with murder.
Police have arrested two workers of Ruiser Investment, a Chinese engineering company in Accra, for allegedly killing their boss.
The suspects, Ekow Korsah, a 23-year-old foreman of the company, and Michael Mensah, 22, a labourer, reportedly killed Ren Guang Fa, 50, an engineer and managing director of the company at his home in Accra on April 13.
Guang, a Chinese, was found dead in the bathroom of his rented self-contained apartment at Sakumono.
Police say one of the suspects, Korsah, was arrested based on a tip-off.
He is said to have initially denied knowledge of the incident, but subsequently broke down and confessed to crime, mentioning Mensah as his accomplice.
A search conducted at his home in Lashibi led to the retrieval of a phone which belonged to the deceased.
Police say Mensah, who was arrested at Teshie in Accra, also admitted to committing the offence and corroborated the circumstances under which the offence was committed.
He later led the police to his hometown in the Central Region where a laptop belonging to the deceased was also retrieved.
The suspects have been charged with murder.
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