A Spirit Pushed Me To Kill My Father – Ghanaian Man Who Axe Dad
June 21st, 2012 – A Spirit Pushed Me To Kill My Father – Ghanaian Man Who Axe Dad
A 21 year old gardener, Anas Adam committed an heinous crime on the 16th of June, 2012 where he hacked his 65-yr old dad to death with a pickaxe. www.naijagists.com
According to a report from Daily Guide Ghana, Anas axed his father to death while he was sleeping in his room in Mamobi, Accra, Ghana on father’s day.
According to Assistant Police commissioner, Mr Timothy Bonga who confirmed the story, the suspect, his father and stepmother lived in the same house at Mamobi in Accra.
Anas said at the eve of the crime he heard voices telling him to go and hit his father. “Something came into my mind to hit him so I picked the pickaxe and hit him”, he said. Mr. Bonga said the suspect struck the left side of his father’s head, killing him instantly.
He said after committing the heinous crime at about 11:00pm, last Saturday [June 16], Anas failed to report the incident to anyone. Mr. Bonga said not until about 4:00pm of the following day when Anas reported the incident to his brother, Aziz Osman. Bonga said Osman then led the suspect to the landlord and the assembly member of the area for them to report the matter to the police.
The police went to the deceased’s house and found his body lying in his pool of blood and on his bed, with his brain matter out. Bonga said when the suspect was asked about the relationship between him and his father, he said although the relationship between them was not bad, he did not like his father because his father did not support his education after he had dropped out of school at primary two.
Bonga said investigations were on going to process the suspect for court
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