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29-Nov-2016  
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A former radio presenter based in Tarkwa in the Western region has been allegedly murdered during a fight over a 15-year-old girl.

The deceased, Kojo Quayson who was an employee of Tarkwa-based Pure FM was said to have been hit on the back of his head with a fufu pistol by the father of the teenager.

The suspect, Ali Mohammed, according to reports, was angered when the late Quayson disregarded his order not to see his teenage daughter again.
Uncle of the deceased in an interview with Adom News said, the late radio presenter on Sunday November 27, 2016 went to look for the girl in the absence of her father.

“His elder daughter called him on phone to inform him about Quayson’s visit and Ali quickly rushed to the house” he added.

The uncle noted that, Ali out of anger confronted the deceased which resulted in a fight and allegedly hit Quayson’s head with a fufu pistol.

The deceased who was also the Safety officer at Goldfields Ghana Limited Tarkwa Mines lost consciousness and was pronounced dead upon arrival at the hospital.

His uncle indicated that, he is not surprised about the conduct of Ali since he had always threatened to kill his nephew.

Meanwhile, the Tarkwa Divisional Police Command has arrested Ali Mohammed after committing the heinous crime.

Divisional Crime Officer, Superintendent Augustine Anyara said the suspect is in police custody assisting with investigations.

The body of the deceased, he stated has been deposited at the Tarkwa government hospital morgue.
 
 
 
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