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Robbers Kill Pregnant Wife Of Pastor After Stabbing Her 3-Year-Old Daughter



The calm community of Heman-Ampatia, a residential area just on the outskirts of Kumasi, Ashanti regional capital, woke up to the unfortunate news of a pregnant woman who was stabbed to death in a robbery incident.

Juliana Adusei, who was married to a pastor was stabbed on the neck with a knife after she resisted a robbery attempt on her young family.

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Pastor Francis Adusei, the husband of the deceased, who was also present during the incident but was left unscathed, told the police what transpired.

He narrated to the police that a group of armed men invaded their home while he was asleep together with his wife and his three-year-old daughter on that fateful night.

“They were three young men, two wielding kitchen knives and the other holding a pistol. They pushed him inside his bedroom and demanded that he handed over all the monies he recen7tly withdrew from the bank”

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The pastor further added that the armed robbers demanded more money after forcefully taking more than 5000 cedis in cash.

They subsequently attacked the couple’s three year old daughter after they could not get any more money. Juliana Adusei rushed on the robbers for attacking her daughter and one knife-wielding robber stabbed her on the neck.

She bled profusely and collapsed on the ground. Juliana Adusei was declared dead on arrival at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital in Kumasi. Her three year old daughter is also responding to treatment at the same health facility.

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The assemblyman for the area, James Sarfo, has joined residents of the community to demand the Atwima Kwanwoma District Assembly to to beef up security as the area is rocked with several unsolved murder and other violent incidents.

They are also appealing to district authorities to revamp an abandoned police station the community built so that would-be robbers and miscreants would be deterred from perpetuating any crimes.

the Assemblyman said.

“It appears our security can’t be guaranteed. The community has built a police station in this town but personnel are yet to be deployed to man it, and so as you can see it has been taken over by weeds and reptiles. We pray that one day this project will serve its purpose.”

The community-built police post is yet to be operational