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Alleged girlfriend of murdered soldier speaks for the first time [VIDEO]

Alleged girlfriend of the young soldier who was murdered in Ashaiman has spoken for the first time. A young woman who is believed to be the soldier’s sweetheart has encountered trouble after watching loving movies with him before he was killed by a knife in Ashaiman.

According to reports, unidentified assailants fatally stabbed Imoro Sheriff, 22, a member of the Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) band in Sunyani in the Bono Region on Saturday morning.

His residence in Zongo-Laka in Ashaiman was where he was headed after leaving his girlfriend’s home in Taifa, according to sources, when the terrible tragedy took place.

A young woman by the name of Benedicta used the internet to share some of her fondest memories with the deceased military leader while the unsolved murder case is ongoing.

When they made out in some of the recordings, the two seemed to be in love. Due of this, many individuals thought that the two were in a romantic relationship.

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The accused girlfriend is also alleged to have double-dated because she allegedly began seeing another man in Ashaiman after her officer boyfriend left for his military training outside of Accra.

As a result of the speculations propagating on social media, Benedicta has been blamed by users of being the reason the military was present, and they have asked the government to target her at her hiding location in Ashaiman.

Benedicta has come forward to confront the allegations because she fears for her life and has openly denied being a part of the crime.

She asserts that contrary to what has been said, she does not live in Ashaiman. She is unaware of it and has never been there. She didn’t, however, confirm or deny that she was the purported girlfriend.

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