NPP stalwarts visit JB Danquah's residence

Currently, the police CID have taken over the house and a forensic team have been brought in to gather evidence.


The acting national chairman, Freddie Blay, national organiser and acting general secretary John Boadu, Gabby Otchere Darko, MP for New Juabeng North, MP for Ablekuma West, Ursula Owusu Ekuful, Hackman Owusu-Agyeman among others. reporter Albert Benefo Buabeng reports that a security man in the house said he did not see anyone enter the residence.

The man believed the killer(s) used a ladder to get into the house. He also said he called the police when he realised someone had unlawfully entered, and called out to  another security man at the house opposite.

The security person also said the killer(s) were in the room when the police arrived but did not know if they had fled.

The security man has been taken away by the police for further investigations.

Speaking to journalists, Freddie Blay said the news was a "very big shock".

"It doesn't appear to be even a robbery - nothing was taken from the house," Blay said, adding there was a "bloody" knife or cutlass. It's a very unfortunate situation."

Neighbours said they called the police when they heard a struggle.

The victim's family members have also been moved out of the house.

The body of the deceased has been deposited at the morgue.

JB Danquahwould have turned 51 on 2nd of July this year. He is an accountant by profession.


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