Tuesday, 23 July

Adu Boahen’s murder: Police arrest house help who was in possession of deceased’s personal belongings

Crime
Expressing gratitude to the National Security team for their diligent efforts, the brother of the deceased highlighted their effective detective work in apprehending the suspect

The house help of Dr Christopher Adu Boahen, the deceased son of the late Professor Alber Adu Boahen, a prominent figure in Ghanaian politics, has been taken into custody in connection with the murder of his former boss. 

Dr Adu Boahen, who lived with physical disabilities, was reportedly the victim of an armed robbery at his residence in East Legon, Accra.

Former Minister of State at the Finance Ministry and brother of the deceased, Charles Adu Boahen, disclosed on Wednesday, 24 April 2024, that the suspect, the most recent domestic worker employed by his brother, was found in possession of Dr Boahen's personal belongings, including his phone, laptop, and wallet, at the time of his arrest.

“The guy has been caught. He was still in possession of Kwaku’s phone, laptop, and wallet when he was apprehended. He was his last house help. He started working for Kwaku on the 6th of March. He has confessed,” the former Minister of State at the Finance Ministry and brother of the deceased stated.

Expressing gratitude to the National Security team for their diligent efforts, the brother of the deceased highlighted their effective detective work in apprehending the suspect. While withholding further details for the time being, he assured that more information would be provided in due course.

“The National Security team has been phenomenal and did some serious detective work. I can’t give any further details for now but I will do so as soon as I am able to. But at least now we have closure and can lay our brother to rest in peace,” he revealed.

Source: classfmonline.com/Elikem Adiku