- MCE of Krachi East in the Oti Region, Francis Kofi Okesu, has been found dead in a hotel in Kumasi
- Police are still investigating the incident; however, preliminary evidence suggests that he possibly had intercourse before his death
- The body has since been deposited at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital mortuary
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A Municipal Chief Executive (MCE), Francis Kofi Okesu, has been found dead in a hotel room in Kumasi on Sunday, September 4, 2022, after checking in at the hotel on Friday, September 2.
The body of the Krachi East MCE in the Oti Region was found in the hotel room naked, his face looking up and his left arm hanging beside the bed.
According to a Joy News report, police forensic experts have found traces of spermatozoa on the body, suggesting a sexual act before death.
The report explained that the late MCE had checked into the hotel late on Friday, September 2, with his driver, Sylvester Attah, who left to stay at a different hotel.
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Mr Kofi Okesu reportedly went silent after checking into the hotel on Friday, and efforts to reach him were unsuccessful.
His body was found after the manager of the hotel alerted the police, who broke into his room.
The body has been deposited at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital mortuary for preservation and autopsy.
How Ghanaian Police Officer was Found Dead in His Room at Koforidua
YEN.com.gh reported in a previous story that a Ghanaian police officer, Sergeant Emmanuel Asiedu, was found dead at his residence at the Agyeiwaa Lodge in Koforidua in the Eastern Region.
Until his passing, Sergeant Asiedu was with the Eastern Regional SWAT of the Ghana Police Service.
Joy News reported that his death was confirmed by DSP Ebenezer Tetteh, the Public Relations Officer for the Eastern Regional Command.
How he was found
The DSP told Accra-based Starr News that his outfit was informed about the incident on March 31, and a team was dispatched to the officer's abode.
Sergeant Emmanuel Asiedu, in his 40s, was found ''lying on his bed unresponsive in a supine position,'' he said.
The deceased had dry foam on his mouth and what is suspected to be vomit all over his face. His remains have been deposited at the Eastern Regional Hospital pending an autopsy to establish the cause of death.
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