- The police have remanded 42 suspects, including six women over the murder of Major Mahama
- The soldier whose untimely death happened on Monday, May 29 will be buried Friday, June 9
Six females have been arrested in connection with the barbaric murder of Maxwell Adam Mahama at Denkyira Obuasi in the Central Region.
The police say they have arrested 42 people so far alleged to have played various roles in the lynching of Mayor Mahama.
On Monday the six females and 28 males were arraigned before an Accra Central Magistrate Court and were charged with the conspiracy to commit murder and murder.
YEN has dug deep to bring you the names of the females as follows: Felicia Sarbah, Perpetual Owusu, Yaa Asor, Efia Manu, Vivian Asaahene and Anna Gyimah.
The deputy director of public affairs at the Ghana Police Service, DSP Sheila Kesse Buckman, told Starr News the youngest among the suspects is a 12-year-old while the oldest is a 57–year-old man.
Mayor Mahama was lynched by residents of Denkyira-Obuasi in the Central region on Monday, May 29, and he will be laid to rest this Friday, June 9, 2017.
Meanwhile, the government has set up a memorial fund with seed money of GHC500,000 for the wife and children of the late officer.
President Nana Akufo-Addo made the announcement on Monday during the one-week celebration of the demise of Mahama. He also made a personal contribution of GHC50,000 to the fund.
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