The Paramount Chief of Goaso,Nana Akwasi Bosomprah, has rubbished attempts to link him to the mysterious death of Nana Yenhyira Kojo Kuma,the Kontihene of Goaso, about three weeks ago.
Claiming his innocence,Nana Akwasi Bosomprah says he is baffled by attempts to link him to the death of Nana Yenhyira Kojo Kuma.
Nana Bosomprah has called on the community to refrain from making false accusations.
Nana Yenhyira Kojo Kuma went missing after he left home to visit his farm at Kyenkyehenekrom near Ayomso on Wednesday, August 30, and was later found dead in the forest on Monday, September 4, following days of relentless search for him.
His body has since been deposited at the Goaso Government Hospital mortuary while police investigations continue.
The Krontihene of the Goaso Traditional Areas in the Ahafo Region, Nana Yenhyira Kojo Kuma, was found dead in the bush.
Nana Yenhyira Kojo Kuma reportedly went missing in the last six days.
His body was, however, found on Monday morning in the bush, raising suspicions of murder.
The police have commenced investigations into the incident.
Friends of the deceased have started sharing their condolences on social media.
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