General News of 2014-07-26

3 Ghanaians in mystery death in South Africa

A resident made a heartbreaking discovery when he peeped through a window at his colleague’s house and saw the bodies of Mr Seth Offei (38), his wife Rose (30) and Roseth (3).
On Wednesday, July 16 the man notified Witbank Police Station about the incident at Village Green Complex 2 in Impala Street.?According to the colleague, Offei was a pastor from a well known church in eMalahleni.
On Saturday, July 12 Offei was apparently contacted by another pastor to do a church service on Sunday, July 13. However, Offei never arrived at church that morning and his cell phone was switched off.
On Monday morning, July 14 Offei was supposed to be picked up by his work colleague. When the colleague arrived at Offei’s house he noticed that Offei’s light blue Chevrolet Cruze was standing in the open garage. He then proceeded to the front door where he knocked, but there was no answer.
By Tuesday morning, July 15 Offei was still not responding to phone calls. Once again the colleague drove to Offei’s house, the car was still parked in the garage and when he knocked on the door no one answered, once again he left the house.
On Wednesday morning, the colleague knew that this was not normal for Offei and he returned to the house. First things that he noticed was the car was still in the same spot, he knocked on the door, but no one answered.
He then walked around the house to see if he could see anything through the windows. The curtains in the house were not closed. When he got to the main bedroom window he noticed Offei on the ground and Rose lying on the other side of the bed.
When the police arrived on scene, they immediately started looking for a way to get in to get to the people in the bedroom.
When the policeman got to the back door, it was unlocked so he opened it and saw the little boy standing there, shivering.