ASSIN SOUTH: 12 YEAR OLD GIRL PHYSICALLY ASSAULTED AND RAPED BY BROTHER AT ASSIN KYEKYEWERE

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A 12-year old class four student, Akosua Bornah, is currently in serious pain after her 17-year old brother, Kofi Sammy, physically assaulted and raped her at Assin Kyekyewere in the Assin South District of the Central region.

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In an exclusive interview with the victim, she narrated that it was raining heavily when she was returning from school, so the brother asked her to rest in his varanda and go home after the rain.

She said while in the varanda, his brother asked her to enter the room, which she refused, but he forced her into the room and started sexually assaulting her.

She added that she wanted to scream but his brother twisted her neck, which made her fall unconscious and slept with her. The suspect, after the act, threw her through the window to the back of the room and covered her with palm branches.

She return to the house after she gain consciousness and reported to the parents.

Mad. Juliana Owusu the mother of the victim said, after examing the victim private part she found out that the suspect slept with the victim and rush her to Abura Dunkwa Govt Hospital. She advise young guys to stop such act because its unlawful.

The mother of the suspect Mad. Gloria Antwi told the media that,she is tired of the lifestyle of his son and also believe that is a spiritual attack on his son . She therefore pleaded with men of God who can help his son in prayers so that his attitude will change for the best.

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SOURCE: BoadiGH.com

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