UWhile the nation is reeling from the unfortunate deaths that have rocked her, another such death has been recorded.
A Forestry Commission staff has reportedly been shot dead in Agomanya, Eastern Region on the night of Friday, January 25, 2018.
This was gathered by Myafricatoday.com in a news report by Starrfmonline
The staff was reportedly shot by unknown assailants as had been the case in the other mysterious deaths of Ahmed Hussein-Suale, Anas’ partner, and also Josephine Asante of Tema Port.
The yet-to-be-identified staff, who is a forest guard, is being moved to the 37 military hospital in Accra as at the time this report was being filed.
The development comes in the wake of the rising level of insecurity in the country following the unresolved contract killings that have occurred since the beginning of this year.
Ahmed, earlier mentioned, was also shot in like manner by unknown men on motorbike on the night of Wednesday, January 16, 2018 in Madina, Accra.
His attackers, according to earlier reports by Myafricatoday.com shot him twice in the chest and once in his neck in a salon killing him instantly.
Myafricatoday.com also reported the sad murder of the former public affairs manager of the Tema Port, Josephine Asante, who was killed in her bedroom.
Police investigations found sperms in her pelvic region, however, they debunked reports that she was raped before being killed.
Myafricatoday.com is following up on the new murder involving the Forestry Commission staff and will update readers as fresh information come in.