Ghanaian Man At Kyekyewere Takes Life Of His Mother While Fighting With Her Over GH₵500, Hides Body

Ghanaian Man At Kyekyewere Takes Life Of His Mother While Fighting With Her Over GH₵500, Hides Body

  • A woman in Kyekyewere, behind Koforidua, disappeared months ago, sparking a community-wide search
  • Her son, Gideon, initially claimed she went to a funeral but later confessed to taking her life during a fight over GH₵500
  • Gideon is now in custody as the small town grapples with the shocking revelation of a family dispute turned tragic

Kyekyewere, located behind Koforidua, became the centre of a mysterious disappearance that unfolded over a few months.

The woman reportedly vanished without a trace, triggering a community-wide search. Her son, Gideon, initially informed concerned neighbours that she had gone to attend a funeral and never returned.

However, the narrative took a sinister turn as Gideon faced police interrogation. Shockingly, he confessed to taking the life of his own mother, admitting that a dispute over GH₵500 had escalated into a fatal altercation.

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Son takes mother's life at Kyekyewere Photo credit: KOLA SULAIMON / Contributor
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The details surrounding the tragic incident slowly unravelled, revealing a disturbing family conflict that ended in a tragic loss.

Gideon now finds himself in police custody, awaiting further legal proceedings. The community, grappling with the shock of the revelation, is left to grapple with the unsettling truth that a seemingly ordinary disagreement led to such a devastating outcome.

As investigations continue, the small town of Kyekyewere is left to reflect on the fragility of human relationships and the unexpected darkness that can lurk beneath the surface of seemingly peaceful lives.

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