Farmer Kills Pregnant Woman, Cuts Her Open And Takes Out Unborn Baby [See Reasons]


An angry youth would have broken intocells to lynch a suspect who allegedly killed a woman and a 17 year old girl at Atobra, a suburb of Tepa in the Ahafo Ano North Municipality of the Ashanti Region,, if it hadn’t been for the Tepa District Police Command’s quick strategic intervention.

Godfred Aladago, a 25-year-old farmer, is accused of killing a pregnant woman, cutting her belly, open and removed the unborn, as well as the pregnant woman’ s 17-year-old in- law.

The unusual event, according to witnesses, arose from a misunderstanding when the suspect alleged that the deceased’s goat had trespassed on to his house and devoured his farm produce.

On Akoma FM’s current affairs and political broadcast. Tepa District Police Commander Superintendent Martin Asenso revealed that while the suspect was held in jail, the irate youth nearly burst into the cells to lynch him for the horrible conduct.

*The suspect earlier came to lodge a complaint that some farmer’s goats were stray and they had been eating his farm produce, and when he confronted them, they chopped his hand with a machete, “Supt. Asenso informed presenter of the show, Aduanaba Kofi Asante Ennin.

“A few irate youngsters arrived at the police station and claimed that the suspect had actually slain two women, saying their goat had chewed his maize,” the Tepa District Police Commander continued.

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Thereof the Atobra community received the shock of their lives on Sunday often according to Ankobiatene of Tepa Nana Amoateng Tuffuor.

As the town’s chief, I’ve never seen or heard anything like this before. This is a forbidden subject, and we are considering consulting theto determine how to cleanse the land of such awful acts that have befallen our country in order to avoid disaster.”

To avoid retaliation from the youth, the suspect has been transferred to the regional police command.

Rose Asibi, 30, and her mother-in-law, Rachel Alale, 17, have been identified as the two ladies who died.

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