A 40-year old woman has been accused of poisoning her husband to death at Attakrom in the Ashanti Region for being a drunkard.
From information gathered, the woman, Eno Akorah went to consult a traditional priest to prepare a concoction for her; so she could mix it with food for the husband to 'heal' him as an alcoholic.
The woman allegedly mixed her husband's meal with the concoction prepared for her by the priest last evening, with the hope that it will work as she had requested.
But the deceased reportedly started complaining of stomach ache after consuming the meal.
He fell and started convulsing on the floor before shocked friends, family and witnesses rushed him to the hospital but died on the way.
Relatives of the deceased are accusing the Eno Akorah of intentionally poisoning her husband to death but the suspect has denied the claims saying that she only meant well for the husband who she wanted to stop drinking.
An NDC Young man by name Prosper Aflamevu who walked from Tamale to Kintampo has ones again walked from Tamale to Yendi as what he call "Walk for Mahama". The NDC and Mahama faithful in March this year walked from Tamale to Kintampo in the Brong Ahafo region spending eleven days on the journey. The most recent one he embarked on was from Tamale to Yendi spending three days one the way. On his journey, he took along some farming inputs like fertilizers, weedicide and 5 bales of second hand clothes (fosse) to be distributed to the people within the farming communities of the Yendi municipality. Speaking to Rainbow radio's Prince Kwame Tamakloe, Prosper, explained that, very soon Ghanaians will be going to the polls, and one thing he can do to support His Excellency John Dramani Mahama and the NDC is what he has began. He added that his next journey will be Tamale to Saboba and then Tamale to Bolgatanga in the Upper East Region. He used the opportunity to plead with all Ghanaians to embrace Peace before, during and after the November 7 general elections.
By: Prince Kwame Tamakloe
A 25 year-old cocoa farmer, Richard Kusi has hanged himself to death on his yet to be harvested cocoa farm at Mempeasem, a small community in the Western Region due to what he [deceased] described as maltreatment and cheating by his landlord.
Nyankonton Mu Nsem's Odeshiaba Tahiru reported that, the deceased used to work for his landlord, one Samson as a caretaker on his [landlord's] farm but never received any remuneration for his services.
Richard Kusi is said to have complained bitterly over the failure for his landlord to pay him, a situation the deceased said brought untold financial hardship on him and his family.
The deceased was found hanging dead on his cocoa farm dead. He was buried after the family had informed the police of the incident.
A six (6) yer-old boy has met his untimely death after he was trapped to death on an orange tree Monday afternoon.
The incident occurred Yawmatwa Nkwanta in the Bia District of the Western Region.
The deceased, Solomon Denyiri reportedly climbed the orange tree to plug some oranges but he was unfortunately caught in the orange tree by the shirt; and was left hanging on a branch of the tree.
He reportedly cried loudly for help but to no avail and died before people rushed to the scene to save him.
A 11 year old boy has accidentally killed a near year-old girl with his father's hunting gun loaded with loaded with bullet at Ateiku, a farming community in the Western Region.
Narrating the incident to Nyankonton Mu Nsem, Akwasi Brako said the 11 year-old boy at around 11 am this morning took the gun which was hanging in his father's room.
The father had gone on a hunting spree last night but failed to off load the bullets from the gun.
The boy took the gun and mistakenly shot the gun into the head of the 9 year-old deceased.
The hunter whose name was given as Brother Danso was not at home when the incident occurred but he later reported himself to the police after he got to know of the bizarre incident.
Body of the deceased has since been deposited at the morgue.
A hunter has handed himself over to the police at Manso Ahuoso in the Amansie West District of the Ashanti Region, after he mistakenly shot a 'human' antelope which happened to be his friend, Akwasi K, who happened to be a hunter as well.
The strange incident according to information gathered happened on Sunday May 22, 2016 at Manso Abuoso.
The deceased on a hunting spree chanced upon an antelope grazing in the bush. He reportedly went home to inform his bosom friend, Akwasi Oppong to help him gun down the antelope.
Akwasi Oppong wielding his gun followed his friend into the bush with the hope of laying hands on the antelope.
Upon reaching the farm, Akwasi Oppong reportedly fired his gun at the antelope while the deceased stood behind him, but he heard a loud scream ''you've killed me'' after firing the gun.
The antelope according to Alexander Asare chased Akwasi Oppong who took to his heels and after taking shield behind a tree, he saw his friend lying in a pool of blood.
The incident according some residents is strange and some are still in dismay trying come to terms with it.
A bridegroom has met his untimely death during a reception to climax his holy matrimony Saturday afternoon.
The incident occurred at Tafo Pankrono in the Ashanti Region.
Collins Anim, deceased and Ruth Oduro, bride were joined in holy matrimony at a wedding ceremony today [Saturday].
The groom Collins Anim reportedly collapsed and died few minutes later during the refreshment ceremony after he had tied the nuptial with his wife, Ruth Anim (Mrs.) at Pankrono branch of the Pentecost Church in Kumasi.
Witnesses, family members and families of the couple are extremely shocked at the unfortunate incident with many reading meaning into the sudden demise of the groom.
The body has since been deposited at the morgue.
An accident has occurred at Airport junction claiming 3 lives on the Kasoa Winneba road.
The accident involved a sprinter car which was heading from Accra to Winneba and a a taxi with registration number GW 1995 heading from Winneba to Kasoa.
The driver on board the taxi died on the spot while two other passengers on board the sprinter car died with the driver and several other passengers sustaining serious injuries.
The injured have been rushed to the Winneba Government Hospital.
Residents of Bonsuoko a farming community in the Awutu Senya West have been attacked by land guards.
During the attack, one resident, Dominic Arthur was shot and several others injured.
The community has been forced to close all schools due to fear attacks on their kids.
Narrating the incident to Nyankonton Mu Nsem, Nana Yaw said the guards are suspected to have come from Sekyere who are fighting residents Bonsuoku over a parcel of land.
The land guards he noted threatened to return to attack the residents. Trading activities he added, has also halted due to the attacks.
Assembly Member of the area, Mr. Alex, said they are in talks with the police to provide them with security to foil any more attacks.
A physically challenged, Georgina Ahoofe escaped death narrowly after she attempted suicide by poisoning claiming that, she has no love and was being discriminated against.
Georgina Ahoofe, from information gathered by Nyankonton Mu Nsem indicates that she [victim] had not had any man propose to her before and was extremely worried despite her beauty.
The victim lives with her parents at Domeabra a small village in the Western Region within the Amenfi district.
Georgina Ahoofe who is believed to be in early thirties consumed a poisonous substance suspected to be DDT but was quickly rushed to the hospital.
Doctors we were told managed to extract the poisonous substance from her body and she is currently responding to treatment.