A 35-year-old cattle herdsman has brutally been stabbed to death at Dawa in the Greater Accra Region.
According to reports the deceased who has been identified as Sanda Moro, met his untimely death when he took his cattle for grazing near his residence.
Investigations revealed the deceased went missing on May 23, 2020 until his lifeless body drenched in blood was found in the bush on May 27.
Confirming the incidence, owner of the cattle, Nicolas Dugbatey, said he received a distress call from Moro that he was being attacked by land guards who demanded that he gave them cattle for the Eid Feast, but he refused.
“I advised him to abandon the cattle and run for his life, as I was on my way to the police station to report the matter.
‘When I got to the scene later only the cattle were found, with three missing, but Moro was nowhere to be found,” Dugbatey recounted.
Nicholas explained that together with the police they combed the area and discovered the hideout of the land guards where they found some abandoned meats … before locating Moro who was lying dead in a pool of blood.
Commander of the Prampram District Police Headquarters , Superintendent Mohammed Issa Cantona, the, also said that police had visited the scene and had taken evidence to assist in their investigation.
Some residents of the area also mobilized and attacked the suspects after stabbing the herdsman to death, but managed to flee the scene.
He, however, said the police were on a manhunt for the suspects.
By: Naa Ayorkor Laryea