Thursday, January 13, 2022

Man, 35, impregnates step daughter, sleeps with two of his own daughters

A 35-year-old-man identified Issaka has allegedly impregnated his 17-year-old step daughter at Kwahu Nsabaa in the Kwahu West Municipality in the Eastern region.

The suspect is also accused of having sex with two of his own daughters.

Expressing her ordeal to Agoo News, 30-year-old mother Abena Joyce told Agoo FM that her husband normally takes advantage of the children in her absence.

Chiefs in the area on Thursday poured libation to cleanse the community.

The chief of Kwahu Nsabaa Nana Osei twum Barimah in an interview with Agoo FM’s Ebenezer Kojo Nyavor expressed shock over the matter adding this is the first of its kind since he became a chief.

He said the punishment will serve as deterrent to others.

“This is unbelievable, Nananom have poured libation to cleanse the land, it is up to the family to report the matter to the police for the necessary action to be taken. The libation was taken after the children confirmed to us that, their father has been engaging sexual intercourse with them.

“The step daughter also confirmed the man is responsible for the pregnancy, and he also admits something of that sort happened”.

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In other news: Drunk Police Officer interdicted


The Police Officer who was captured in video possibly drunk and in uniform has been interdicted.

This was after a video in which he was seen drunk circulated on social media and caught the attention of the Police Administration.

In a statement by the Police, it explained that the officer has been identified and in line with Police regulations, he has been interdicted to make way for investigation into his conduct.

The Police also stated that a clinical psychologist has been assigned to evaluate him and offer him the necessary support.

“In addition, he will be referred to the Police Medical Board for thorough review and support towards rehabilitation where necessary,” the Police assured.

Meanwhile, the Police said the Officer’s suitability or otherwise to remain in the Service will be based on the outcome of investigations and the recommendation of the Police Medical Board.


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