Victoria Tetteh, 23, was allegedly murdered by her jealous lover Dominic, 27, at Dunkwa-Mfuom in the Upper Denkyira East Municipality.
The act that happened on Tuesday morning has shocked, agonized, and saddened the whole Mfuom community.
At the scene, Ghent Multimedia learned that the suspect and the girlfriend had been dating for approximately a year and were having conflict.
We discovered that the suspect and the girlfriend had problems and misunderstandings. He attempted to kill the girlfriend in the afternoon, but the deceased was able to restrain him until 12 o’clock in the morning.
When she sensed danger, the deceased called her older sister and went right away to her house for assistance.
The sister calmed the suspect down and left to call her landlord to help with the settlement process, leaving the suspect and the victim in the house. Later, the suspect rushed to the sister’s house looking for the girlfriend.
How the sister encountered the dead’s lifeless body
The sister encountered the dead’s lifeless body lying in gushing blood in front of the house without the suspect a few minutes after she had left the suspect and the deceased.
In order to legally report the occurrence, the sister and the landlord hurried to the Dunkwa Police Station.
Before the horrifying murder, the suspect had already packed all of the supplies and equipment purchased for the deceased from her room.
According to an eyewitness who confirmed the story to GhanaWeb, the girl’s premature death was caused by the girlfriend’s affair with the youngster.
There was no noise or voice heard in the area until the sister saw the dead body, according to the suspect, who either drugged or poisoned the deceased before killing her.
The killing was the result of the suspect’s treachery after making substantial investments and sponsoring the dead while they were dating.
According to him, the suspect is an illegal miner who had been away from the scene for months before hearing about the victim’s acts and rushing to the residence, where they got into a fight.
For inspection, autopsy, and preservation, the body has been deposited at the Dunkwa Hospital.
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