A 6-yr-aged boy has been allegedly electrocuted at Anwomaso suburb of Kumasi in the Ashanti Location.
Maxwell Kwaku Tawiah is explained to have been electrocuted although enjoying with his friends with the base of a metal pole of an outdoor tv antenna connected to bare wires.
The incident transpired at about 4 p.m Might 27, 2020.
A girl in a nearby residence who was captivated to the scene by the cry of the boy also received electric shocks when she attempted to rescue the deceased.
He was, having said that, pronounced dead on arrival at the Kumasi South Hospital although on referral there from a community clinic.
This is the second time in a thirty day period that the Ackons have misplaced a kid under strange instances.
Equally little ones share the similar delivery month of April.
The couple’s 2-week-aged son was initial to die on April 27, 2020, a number of minutes just after his mother left him in the care of his father.
“When police arrived to select the body, they asked for we visit the scene. We realised a bare wire connecting the antenna had occur into get in touch with with the roofing sheets of the creating. My son was in fact electrocuted.
“The metal pole experienced electrical ability in it even when my brother tested it,” Kofi Ackon, father explained.
The demise of Maxwell, as soon as cherished a lot of, has not only introduced untold grief to the parents but also on the overall Anwomaso local community.
His 34-12 months old father, Mr Ackon, a carpenter by profession broke down as he narrates the incident.
He is in shock over the demise of his two small children in just one month.
“The baby died on April 27, 2020. The dying of the oldest son also adopted in fewer than a thirty day period. It is unpleasant to lose all my small children under these strange conditions. Although the dying of the very first one particular strike me, the next incident is as well painful for me,” Mr Ackon mentioned.
In the meantime, law enforcement at Domeabra have launched investigations into the demise of the boy as the body is deposited at the morgue, pending an autopsy.