Former NDC deputy General Secretary, Koku Anyidoho has allegedly poisoned his son’s mind about his wife. He has also allegedly sacked his wife from their matrimonial home after the death of their daughter, accusing her of being behind the death.
The couple lost their 8-year-old Sitsofe On November 7, 2020, following an accident at Akuse. While journeying back to Accra from Tanyigbe with their two children, Kofi and Sitsofe, wife of Koku Anyidoho were involved in a ghastly car accident.
Kofi, fortunately escaped death but Sitsofe died in the crash while Jennifer, their mother suffered injuries resulting in her using crutches currently. Koku’s wife further accused him of poisoning their 5-year-old son’s mind against her.
Jennifer narrated the incident to Ghanaweb.
“We were travelling back to Accra from Koku’s hometown… we had an accident… He came to Akuse Hospital for the two kids, one to the mortuary, and took custody of the boy. He left me at Akuse hospital and told my sisters that I will not sit in his car; they should take me wherever they will take me wherever they’ll take me to.
“I was referred to 37 Hospital, he was there, he didn’t even mind to check whether I’m in good condition or not. I was discharged three days – time to the house. My auntie came to discharge me from the hospital and took me to my matrimonial home,”
The heartbroken woman has also accused Mr. Anyidoho of poisoning their 5-year-old son’s mind against her.
“…He said I killed Sitsofe. And even the day he sacked me from the house, and I asked my boy ‘Kofi, let’s go…’. He told the boy to tell me, ‘tell her you won’t go, she will go and kill you like how she killed Sitsofe…’” she recounted.
C/R:PALM WINE TAPPER 42 COLLAPSES AND DIE AFTER ATTEMPTED TO BUTCHER WOMAN 50 AT EKUMFI GYINANKOMA (Video)
A 42 year old palm wine tapper Kwabina Atta has collapsed and dies at Ekumfi Gyinankoma in the Ekumfi District of the Central Region.
The incident occurred Monday January 24,2022 in the morning 9:00am after attempting to butchers a banku seller Efua Grace at her house.
Investigation conducted by by our reporter, Douglas Oyiboh Amponsah, revealed that the suspect is fond of threatening to kill people in the Community.
Report also revealed that,the suspect used to cut down people’s plantains,and foodstuffs.
Speaking in an interview with the woman who the suspect threatens to kill her said,the suspect went to her house with sharping Cutlass and threatened to butcher her.
She said,in the process of exchanging words the suspect collapsed which makes the residents poured water on him used some of the water to washed his face but couldn’t response to them.
According to the victim,she didn’t touched the deceased but upon exchanging words he collapsed.
Some of the eyewitness who were at the scene rushed the deceased to Ekumfi Akroful Clinic and later referred him to Ajumako Government hospital but upon reaching the Ajumako hospital he was already dead according to the nurses.
The victim said,the suspect threatens to butcher her over mobile phone which doesn’t belongs to him which raises the exchanged of work.
The victim said,the Kwabina Atta reigned curses on her when they were exchanging words but collapses during the process.
The victim said she suspect it may be a spiritual issues too.
The body of the deceased has been deposited at Etuafua Mortuary at Ajumako Mando for Preservation and autopsy.
The case has been also reported to the Police for investigation.
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Story by Douglas Oyiboh Amponsah
C/R: MAN 45 MURDERED AND DUMPED ON ROADSIDE AT MANKESSIM (Photos)
Man believed to be in his middle 40’s has been killed and dumped along roadside at Mankessim in the Mfantseman Municipality of the Central Region.
The sad incident happened when people at the area saw the lifeless body of the deceased.
Investigation gathered by Goonlinegh.com revealed that,the deceased was not known to the people in the area so they believed he was killed elsewhere and was dragged along the roadside to the place.
some of the residents whose shop at where the deceased was dragged to said,they used to see the deceased passing by always to town but they don’t actually know where he comes from.
There was blood oozing from the deceased heard and some part of his body.
Some of the residents in an interview said,they are now living in fear and panic for seeing such incident,they said they are afraid same incidents will happen again at their area.
They are therefore calling on security protection at Mankessim.
They body of the deceased have been deposited to Saltpond Government Hospital Mortuary for Preservation and autopsy.
Meanwhile,the case has been reported to the Mankessim Police for Investigation.
No arrest has been made.
Big boost for Black Stars as Ajax Mohammed Kudus gets set to join team
Attacking midfielder Mohammed Kudus is reportedly set to join the Black Stars in Cameroon after receiving green light from Dutch giants Ajax.
Ajax are happy to allow Kudus to travel to Cameroon for the ongoing 2021 Africa Cup of Nations having assessed the 21-year-old following his return from injury.
Initially, Ajax were reluctant for Kudus to join the Black Stars as they claimed he wasn’t fit to play in the difficult tournament fresh off an injury.
Kudus has not played since November when he suffered the rib injury in the crucial 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier against South Africa.
Kudus travelled for Ajax’s mid-season training in Portugal, where he seemed to have demonstrated he was ready to return to competitive action.
The Ghana Football Association (GFA) had been in contact with Ajax after Milovan Rajevac decided not to give up on Kudus and added him to the 28-man final squad.
According to the reports, GFA have arranged a flight to bring Kudus to Yaounde, where the Black Stars are currently based.
Kudus’ imminent arrival is a huge boost for the Black Stars who made a rough start as they were beaten 1-0 by Morocco on Monday at Ahmadou Ahidjo Stadium.
Kudus is now likely to feature in the crucial game against Gabon on Friday and then start on against debutants Comoros.