A 33-years-old man identified as Samuel Katenyor aka Shaba who is a construction supervisor of a real estate company in Prampram has allegedly been killed while fending off attacks on land.
The deceased who left behind his pregnant wife and three children was reportedly shot when he and his colleagues on the site attempted to fend off an attack on the piece of land they were building on.
However, the family head of the Katenyor family, Moses Katenyor called on the Inspector General of Police to commence full-scale investigations to know the real cause of the death of their son.
He further said that although his son’s colleagues and other eyewitnesses gave accounts of him dying by gunshot by one Asafoatse Totimeh and his men, the Prampram Police also described the death of Samuel Katenyor as a mere motor accident and said he has evidence to prove that his son was shot.
“The CID and the IGP should ensure the right thing is done because our son was shot. The Police should do something, else we shall not rest on this matter,” he said.
The Prampram District Police Commander, Superintendent Mohammed Issah Cantona also said that Samuel died through a motor accident after he fell off the motorcycle he rode with his colleagues when they went to attack the Asafoatse and his men.
According to post-mortem reports signed by Chief Superintendent Dr. O. Owusu Afriyie of the Police Hospital in Accra, the deceased died through “hemorrhagic shock” which is mostly suffered in the chest.
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