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Students arrested for stabbing their colleague to death

Five students from Konongo Odumase High School in Ghana were arrested by the police on suspicion of stabbing a colleague to death.

The Konongo District Police Command in the Ashanti region confirmed their arrest.

The deceased was allegedly stabbed to death after quarreling with other “notorious students”.

The main suspect’s name is Emmanuel Frimpong, and it is said that he stabbed Larhan Sam’un to death with a sharp pair of scissors after a fierce quarrel.

Konongo District Police Commander DSP Osei Adu Agyemang spoke to CITI News on the issue.

In his words:

“These five suspects who are all in form two ganged up and decided to go and bully the form-one students and assault some of them. The first-year students who felt that the action was uncalled-for resisted and were able to rescue one particular student from the grips of these five suspects. This action infuriated the five suspects, and one of the suspects, Emmanuel Frimpong rushed on one of the first-year students in an attempt to slap him.

“Now Larhan Sam’un, who was close by, stopped Osei Frimpong. This action infuriated the main suspect, and then he pulled a small kitchen knife which he had concealed on him and stabbed the Larhan Sam’un at the lower left rib. The deceased started bleeding profusely and was then rushed to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Police have been able to arrest all the five suspects and also retrieved the blood-stained small kitchen knife“.

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