Mother of Imoro Sherrif, the military man stabbed to death at Ashaiman, Afia Kyeraa, has opened up on the alleged relationship between her late son and the lady in question through whom he was slain.
Madam Kyeraa, in an exclusive with Onua TV’s roving reporter, Ohim, explained that her son and the lady were not involved in any amorous relationship as being speculated.
According to the mother, the two have been friends since childhood and played one band since. Following his graduation from the Military Academy in April 2, 2022, Imoro, in trying to sustain his childhood friendship with the lady tries to visit whenever he gets the chance to come home.
The mother says the first time he visited her after his graduation was Thursday, February 10, 2023, the third one was which he was killed on his way home.
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Reporting the conversation on Onua Maakye Wednesday, March 9, 2023, Ohim said the lady in question is a first year Electrical Engineering student at the university.
Meanwhile, Imoro’s remains has been conveyed by the soldiers from the 37 Military Hospital to the national mosque at Kawukudi where a burial service is going to be organised for him.
The National Chief Imam, Sheikh Dr. Osman Nuhu Sharubutu is expected at the service.
22-year-old Imoro was with the Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) band in Sunyani in the Bono region. He was murdered at Taifa, a suburb of Ashaiman in the Greater Accra region at the dawn of Saturday, March 4, 2023.
The soldier, according to his mother was returning from his friend’s house at Taifa and heading towards his residence at Zongo-Laka also at Ashaiman when the unfortunate incident occurred.
Though he was carrying a laptop and other electronic gadgets, the attackers made away with only his iPhone.
The military after the incident did a swoop at Ashaiman on Tuesday, March 7, and arrested some 184 persons some of whom were detained.
Meanwhile, the Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) has confirmed Tuesday’s operation at Ashaiman was sanctioned by the Military High Command.
It said it was an intelligence-led operation conducted to fish out the killers of the military officer and not to avenge the killing.
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“GAF wishes to state categorically that the military operation, which was sanctioned by the Military High Command, was NOT to avenge the killing of the soldier but rather to fish out the perpetrators of the heinous crime,” a press release on Tuesday said.
By Felix Anim-Appau|Onuaonline.com