The Asokwa District Courtroom in Kumasi has remanded 29-calendar year- outdated kenkey vendor into police custody for stabbing a expecting girl to loss of life at Aburaso.
Adwoa Pokuaa, variously known as ‘Adwoa Bawumia’, Adwoa Dokono’ in the community, is explained to have inflicted knife wounds on the deceased with no any provocation at Aburaso in the Atwima Kwanwoma District.
She pleaded guilty and would reappear just before the court docket presided by Akua Adu Boahen on June 16, this yr.
Generating his situation ahead of the presiding choose, the prosecutor, Police Inspector Moore Ankrah mentioned on May possibly 23, at about 4:00 pm, the suspect, who admitted to have taken in some alcohol beverages, went to the deceased’s relatives household to look for 1 Akosua Pokuaa, her good friend, whom she claimed was holding her area critical, but satisfied her absence.
He even more additional the suspect then requested the deceased who was planning her meal, to adhere to her so she could get her a drink.
The two were being likely when the suspect noticed the mentioned Akosua Pokuaa and demanded her critical, and angrily slapped her, claiming that she created her put up with in wanting for her.
The deceased who was not happy with the conduct of the suspect questioned and warned her to refrain from this sort of act.
This, in accordance to the prosecutor created into a verbal confrontation involving the suspect and the deceased in the existence of Akosua Pokuaa, who is now a witness in the scenario.
The prosecutor reported the suspect who was by then incredibly furious, quickly rushed into her kitchen area which was about 50 metres away from where by they ended up quarrelling.
She returned with a kitchen knife and without the need of any provocation inflicted a number of deep wounds on the deceased.
Inspector Ankrah reported the deceased who was bleeding profusely, grew to become unconscious and was rushed to the Suntreso Govt Clinic for therapy but died number of minutes just after admission.
The suspect was subsequently arrested and handed more than to the Suntreso Police. Inspector Ankrah, reported in her warning assertion, the suspect admitted having inflicted the wounds on the deceased in self-defence, but did not intend to get rid of her.