Police are presently holding a University of Ghana Level 100 student for allegedly killing her lover at Ashalley Botwe in Accra.
According to the authorities, a Technical Officer named Michael Fiifi Ampofo Arku helped Safina Mohammed Adizatu, age 23, to perpetrate the crime.
According to the authorities, the deceased, Frank Kofi Osei, was a Ghanaian citizen who resided in Canada and had visited the nation on holiday.
According to reports, Safina, also known as Safina Diamond on social media, and Arku repeatedly stabbed the victim in the chin, jaw, and back before strangling him to death.
The two were charged with murder and conspiracy when they appeared in court in Adenta.
Osei, who is now dead, visited Safina, his fiancée, who lives at Ashalley Botwe School Junction on Sunday, July 24, 2022, and made the decision to spend the night, according to the prosecution’s case, which was headed by Chief Inspector Jacob Nyarko.
The prosecution asserts that Osei was fatally strangled after being repeatedly stabbed with a knife on his chin, jaw, and back during the early hours of the morning by Safina, Arku, and other unknown accomplices.
The corpse was in the room for a full day before Safina and Arku cleaned up the blood, according to the Chief Inspector.
The accused later took the deceased from the first floor of the multi-story structure down the staircase, dumped him at the gate of the home where the deceased had parked his Toyota Tundra, and then cleaned the blood stains off the stairwell, according to the prosecution.
At around four in the morning on Tuesday, July 26, Safina called a police officer to report that her boyfriend had just visited her and had passed away in her bed.
According to the prosecution, the police officer alerted the Police Patrol Team, who arrived on the spot in a hurry and discovered the deceased’s body lying at Safina’s front gate.
Safina was apprehended after the police tracked her down to the Ashalley Botwe School Junction, according to Chief Inspector Nyarko.
According to the prosecution, Arku fled to Kumasi after perpetrating the crime.
Then it continued that actions were being taken to capture additional conspirators who were eluding capture.
In the meantime, the prosecution has aggressively opposed the accused’s request for bail.
After the hearing, the Court, presided over by Nana Aba Quaiba Nunoo, upheld the accused’s pleas and remanded the two to police custody with a 12-August appearance date.