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News available to Nyankonton Mu Nsem indicates that a 120 year old man has shot himself to death at Adansi Awuruyi near Edubiase in the Ashanti region. The deceased, Opanyin Kofi Akropong is said to have carried out his act because he was tired of staying alive. Narrating the incident to Nyankonton Mu Nsem, Andy said, Opanyin Kofi Akropong suffered hallucination and always complained of an army of soldiers and police  attacking him. The deceased according to police report used a double barrel gun to shot himself dead. Investigations have commenced into the incident.
A shocking but true story has left residents at Adukrom in the Western region still talking after a strange snake bit a drunkard to death.   The snake according to Nyankonton Mu Nsem's Christopher Anto, hid in the deceased room, and bit him to death after he entered his room Tuesday evening.   The deceased is said to have stepped on the snake unknowingly. He added that, no one has entered the room because the snake was still alive. Plans are underway to either burn or fumigate the room so the snake dies, he indicated.  
A trailer loaded with telecommunication mast has been involved in an accident on the Airport roundabout stretch of road.   According to an eye witness account, both the driver and his mate have sustained very serious injuries after their trailer which was driving at a top speed crashed into the ground.   The driver is said to have attempted making a u-turn at the roundabout before the long track crashed.   The eyewitness speaking to Rainbow Radio's Stephen Odame said, the trailer which was driving from the Tetteh Quarshie roundabout made a stop at the traffic light when the traffic device signal turn red and when the signal turned green, the trailer wanted to make a u-turn but it failed and crashed into the ground.   The situation he noted has worsened the traffic situation. Thee police at the time of publishing the story were yet to get to the scene.
A resident of Kparekpare a suburb of Dambai, Krachi East constituency met her ultimate death after a snake bit her vagina.   The 44 year old woman, whose name was given as Eyii according to reports filed by Kingsley Maamore together with the husband, Aziagome Akuvi who is a peasant farmer were returning from the farm when the unfortunate incident occurred.   According to him, the wife asked the husband to wait for her while she attends to nature's call. But while waiting patiently for the wife, he heard a loud shout from the direction of the wife, help help and when he got there, he saw the wife bitten by the snake in her vagina (clitoris).   The husband is said to have sent the wife to a traditional priest in the area for treatment, suspecting spiritual attack however, she not could survive the bite and died at the shrine of the priest.  
A traditional priest and a sick man who was brought to him for healing, have both drowned in the Pra River at Adnase Nsese in the Bosome Freho District of the Ashanti region. The priest had taken the sick man to bath in the river as part of rituals to get him healed. Narrating the incident to Nyankonton Mu Nsem on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm, Elder Mensah, native of the town said, the priest was warned not to enter the river but he defied the order claiming that, he was powerful. He revealed that, the police are yet to come to the area despite several calls placed to them. He added that, the bodies of the deceased are yet to be retrieved.      
A 19 year old boy and resident in Atebubu is being accused of impregnating a goat after he reportedly had sex with the animal. The case is now before the police and the chiefs in the area are expected to preside over the issue on Friday. However, the suspect whose name is yet to be established has absconded. Speaking to Nyankonton Mu Nsem, the owner of the goat, Kwabena Nidoo said, the suspect came  into the goat's brothel to sleep with it.
A 25 year old Dominic Akadem is reported dead along the Tamale-Bolga road after police MTTU delayed the van carrying the sick man for over 3 hours. The driver of the said vehicle, Abdul Razak said the MTTU demanded for all his particulars which he provided but was delayed for 3 hours, hence the death of the young man. Narrating the incident to Nyankonton Mu Nsem, Prince Kwame Tamakloe said the vehicle with registration number UE -215-16 which was carrying the deceased, Dominic Akadem expressed his displeasure at the incident. Speaking to our reporter, the regional commander revealed that they will conduct an investigation into the matter.
A woman drew attention after she angrily attacked and invoked a curse on a nurse over the death of her daughter at Kojokrom in the western region. A report filed by Nyankonton Mu Nsem's Sir Joe indicates that the aggrieved woman stripped naked and cursed the nurse whose negligence she alleged caused her daughter's demise. Narrating the incident, Sir Joe said, the bereaved wanted to strangle the nurse to death but was overpowered by witnesses around. According to him, Maame Yaa Ayeiwaa the mother of Abigail Nsiah the deceased said, the nurse failed to attend to her when she got to the hospital. She indicated that, the nurse delayed in attending to the sick girl and when she finally attended to her, she had died.  
A motorist has presented himself to the Asamankese Police in the Eastern region after knocking three children to death accidentally. The incident ocurred at Owuram, but thee driver took to to his hees for fear that residents may pound on him. He later reported at the police post before people would do so. By: Daniel Asuku
A 30 year old unemployed man has committed suicide after testing positive for HIV/AIDS at Dadieso in the Western region. He was reported to have consumed a substance suspected to be DDT. The deceased according to a report filed by Sir Joe died after he was rushed to the hospital. Meanwhile, his HIV status has sparked fear among some young ladies he had had an affair with in the area.  
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