Popular Ghanaian pastor identified as Sylvester Ofori residing in Orlando Florida, in the United States of America has reportedly been arrested for shooting his wife to death in front of a bank.
According to Reports, sylverster together with his wife, Barbara Tommey had an argument infront of a bank whiles waiting for it to reopen.
Right after the incident, a search warrant was served at the apartment of Sylvester Ofori over the death of his 27-year-old wife, Barbara Tommey.
Touching on the incident, Police Chief Orlando Rolon said, “You can tell that she’s trying to get inside (the credit union). Unfortunately, he shoots her.”
But an eye witness who only provided a first name as Lisa explained that she saw the whole incident as she was waiting outside before the bank opened, “You can tell she was surprised by what was happening. “I’m shaken up right now, I’m still shaken up.”
Police authorities say that the shooting was captured by a surveillance camera around.
The suspect will soon be arraigned before court for sentencing.
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In other news, a 54-year-old man has brutally been murdered for allegedly dating a 15-year girl in a small village in the Ashanti Region.
According to reports, prior to the death of the man, elder brothers of the 15-year-old girl warned him as well as the young girl to desist from the affair but both turned death ears to the warning.
But unknown to the deceased, the four brothers of the Young girl had decided to teach the deceased a bitter lesson.
The four brothers later followed him and gave him the beatings of his life.
He was found and was carried home very weak but unfortunately died later in the day.
The matter was reported to the nearby police station and the four brothers of the young girl were arrested.
Reports say Mr. Yaw Sarfo, the deceased owned the largest cocoa farm in ‘Dome’.
In other news, 39- Year-old man has been shot by the police during a mob attack on them at Sefwi Akontombra district of the Western North Region.
Touching on the incident, the Regional Crime Officer, Nana Kwaku Duah (ASP) said due to the crime rate in the area police normally go on day and night patrols.
He added that in the course of the patrol, two men were seen holding bags and were therefore alerted to stop for a check of which they refused and rather bolted away.
This raised suspicion among the officers who immediately followed them as they dashed into the bush.
Later, many other young men emerged from the bush to attack the four policemen.
By: Naa Ayorkor Laryea