Man stabbed in fracas over campaign posters in Kumasi
From: Ghana|Myjoyonline.com|Erastus Asare
December 1, 2012, 13:35 GMT
The victim receiving treatment
A 23-year-old man has been stabbed twice in the chest over removed President Mahama posters.
The incident happened at Asokore Zongo close to Effiduase in the Ashanti Region Region.
Police in Effiduase have confirmed the arrest of the suspect, Sudaise Osman.
The victim, Alhassan Faisal is in a critical condition at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital.
Father of the victim, Salim Isahak, told Luv News his son and Osman popularly known as “son of the lion” were arguing over the removal of President Mahama’s pictures from his motor bike.
A scuffle ensued and Sudaise Osman stabbed him in the chest twice with a pocket knife.
Narrating how the incident took place the father of the victim, said his son had sent a boy with a motor bike which had pictures of Mahama on it.
When the boy returned, the pictures had been removed. When he asked who removed the pictures, the suspect showed up and claimed it was he who removed.
Alhassan Faisal got angry and the incident turned into a brawl.
In the mist of the brawl, Alhassan Faisal was stabbed twice on the chest, Salim Isahak said.
The suspect is in police custody, pending further investigations.
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