Man Stabbed to Death At Barekese in the Ashanti Region

A 24 year old man has met his untimely death at Barekese in the Ashanti Region.

Bismarck Kwaku Danso the deceased has allegedly been stabbed to death after he attempted to separate a fight at Barekese in the Atwima Nwabiagya North District of the Ashanti region.

The stabbing took place on Easter Sunday, April 4, 2021, during an Easter jam at Odumase Guest House in the district capital.

The mother of the deceased, Ama Serwah, told reporters that her late son attempted to separate the fight between a friend and some young men from Adankwame.

Madam Serwah said the son was stabbed several times with a knife and broken bottles in the chest and ribs until he went fell and died.

He was rushed to the Barekese hospital and later referred to the Offinso Hospital where he was pronounced dead by doctors on duty.

Two suspects, according to her, have been arrested by the Barekese police in connection with the death of her son.

The body of the deceased has since been deposited at the Offinso Hospital morgue awaiting autopsy.

Meanwhile, the father of the deceased, Mr Akwasi Asabre, has accused the guest house of breaking the Covid-19 restrictions by going ahead to organise Easter Jams during the holidays.

The Police is yet to invite the owner or management of the guest house for questioning.