They Killed My Husband, Now Want To Kill Me – Widow, 50

A 50-year old widow, a resident of Wassa Akropong in the Wassa Amenfi East of the western region is calling on the President Akufo-Addo, IGP and Western Regional Security Council to protect her following threats by the alleged killers of her husband.

Victoria Arthur, popularly known as Yaa Attaa, said some men at Wassa Akropong are after her threatening to kill her over land property.

Victoria Arthur, Alias Yaa Attaa
 Victoria Arthur, Alias Yaa Attaa

According to her, the latest threat came in about a few weeks ago when one of the suspects confronted her and threatened to kill her, saying even those who killed her husband are now walking as free persons. So he will walk about as a free person and nobody will hold him responsible for her death. 

Yaa Attaa indicated that the suspect, after the threats, attacked and beat her mercilessly but she managed to escape with the help of her son who also suffered some injuries. 

The deceased husband, according to Yaa Attaa, suffered the same attack from these men in his farm and later died at Wassa Akropong government hospital. 

Deceased husband
 Deceased husband

“My life is in danger, my children’s lives are in danger because some of the killers of my husband are still walking as free persons,” Yaa Attaa said. 

John Arthur, son of Yaa Attaa who was also attacked by the suspects, narrated how the incident happened.

John Arthur
 John Arthur

He said they can no longer go to their farm or town because they are afraid the people will pursue and attack them.

“We find it difficult to eat, there is nobody to help us, please Nana Addo, IGP come and help us, else we’ll all die,” John Arthur cries.

The case according to our checks from the police was reported and arrest was made and the suspect was put before court but was granted bail. The suspect is still in the police custody because he has not been able to meet the bail conditions.

Meanwhile two of the suspects in the murder case have been granted bail becuse there was no evidence to prosecute them. The other two suspects are still on remand becauseee the court refused to grant them bail. 

Source: Matthew Dadzie

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