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Man, 23, found dead in a bush at Mamponteng

Source The Ghana Report

A 23-year-old man identified as Nana Sei has been found dead in a bush at Mamponteng, in the Kwabre East Municipality of the Ashanti Region.

The deceased was found by residents on Wednesday, June 19, 2024.

Residents disclosed that substances suspected to be Indian hemp were discovered in the pocket of the deceased after police in the area reported and examined the body at the scene.

Eyewitnesses who discovered the body suspect that unknown assailants lynched the man.

The Assembly Member for the Area, Benjamin Kankam Darlington, said the body was discovered near the Mamponteng Basic School, with huge stones and concrete blocks nearby, which are believed to have been used by his attackers to kill him.

He noted that the incident has sparked fear and tension in the community, with many calling for a thorough investigation into the mysterious death.

“Although the motive behind his killing is yet to be established, I believe the deceased was lynched by unknown individuals, looking at the scene and stones around him”.

“While we leave the investigation to the police, I will entreat the public to stop instance justice and ensure suspects are brought to book through the law of the land to void killing innocent persons,” he said.

The body has since been deposited at a morgue by police.

This incident comes after a 22-year-old driver’s mate, Michael Owusu, popularly known as Tupac, was found dead in a gutter at Edwenease near Atimatim in the Afigya Kwabere South District of the Ashanti Region.

The incident occurred on Wednesday, June 19, 2024.

According to residents, they suspect that the deceased was knocked down by a car and left to die in the gutter.

According to Mr. Mustapha Seidu, who worked with Michael, he was informed about the tragedy after some residents discovered the body.

“I normally work with him, but he failed to show up for work today, so I had to find another driver’s mate. Only for me to be told that he has been killed,” Mr. Seidu said.

“I rushed to the scene and discovered that, indeed, my boy was gone. It’s very difficult now to understand what or who must have killed him, but I will leave that to the police.”

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