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Police Arrest One Suspect In Connection With Murder Of Adu Boahen’s Son2 min read

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The Police have arrested one suspect in connection with the murder of Dr Christopher Adu Boahen, the son of former Presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Professor Adu Boahen.

The police said in a statement on Tuesday that they received a complaint from relatives of the deceased that he had been found dead in his room under suspicious circumstances a team of investigators and crime scene experts immediately visited the scenes and commenced investigations.
“The suspect is in custody and will be put before the court while investigations continue,” the police statement said.

Earlier reports by the media indicated that the late Christopher Adu Boahen was attacked by robbers who broke into his house, ransacked his home and killed him in the process.
According to reports, a Facebook post by his 1995 year group at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), where Christopher studied electrical engineering, announced that some “wicked persons” had taken his life.
“Sad to announce the untimely passing of our classmate, Christopher. Wicked persons entered his home, ransacked the place, and robbed him of his life. His home, at East Legon, has been barricaded by the police and declared a crime scene.

“May the soul of our brother find rest in the Lord. Bad news for a Monday morning but let’s keep our spirits up and look forward to a great week,” said the post announcing the death of Christopher Adu Boahen.
The late Christopher Adu Boahen was the son of the NPP’s presidential candidate in 1992, Professor Albert Adu Boahen in the first elections held in Ghana after the country’s return to democracy under the Fourth Republic.

Christopher Adu Boahen was a brother of Charles Adu Boahen, who served both as a deputy minister for finance and then as minister of state at the Ministry of Finance in the Akufo-Addo government.

Charles Adu Boahen resigned from government in November 2022.