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No foul play in deep freezer dead kids

It is now confirmed that the four siblings who were found dead recently in an unused deep freezer at Bechem in the Brong-Ahafo region died out of suffocation. The Bechem District Police Commander, DSP Emmanuel Baah, disclosed to DAILY GUIDE yesterday that a post-mortem conducted by a pathologist on the dead kids proved that they suffocated, contrary to suspicions that they were killed and dumped in the unused fridge. The four siblings—Ali Tanko, 12; Mohammed Alidu, 9; Arafat Adogbru, 5 and Atika Adogbru, 2—were found dead in an abandoned deep freezer in front of their house on October 15, » Read More

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