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Police to question more suspects in Vandal stabbing

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Tue, 12 Dec 2017 Source:

Accra Regional Police Command has questioned more eyewitnesses in the Commonwealth Hall stabbing as it prepares to arraign the suspect before court.

Today gathered that the two Vandals were reportedly involved in a heated argument while returning from a funeral.

The argument, however, got messy which angered the suspect, George Osei, to reach for a knife and stabbed the victim multiple times upon arrival at the university.

The victim was rushed to the Legon Hospital but reportedly died from his stab wounds.

Speaking to journalists yesterday in Accra, Regional Police Command Public Relations Officer, ASP Efia Tenge, said they were making frantic efforts to ascertain the real motive behind the ghastly stabbing.

“For now we don’t know what the argument was about but what we know is that they are attending a funeral and on their way back an argument ensued between the two of them which escalated when they got on campus and of them used something to stab the other,” noted ASP Tenge.

“And that as to whether it was a bottle or a knife that one has still not yet been established,” she added.

According to her information, the police had been able to speak to some witnesses but that was not all, as more were being questioned.

“As soon as we are done, whatever we have, we shall take him before court,” she stated.

Meanwhile, the Old Vandals Association has suspended all activities planned to commemorate the 60th-anniversary celebrations of the Commonwealth Hall including a durbar for the Chiefs.

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