An autopsy performed on the Fulani herdsman killed in the Agogo is out with evidence of the fact that he did not die of gunshot wounds as speculated. The incident ocured in Agogo, ?part of the Afram Plains last Sunday.

Osmanu Barugu, 45, was widely believed to have been shot by unknown assailants before cutting off his head at Lugua, a farming community near the Kyenkyenku Mountain in the vast plains.?Barugu was murdered on Sunday, August 26, at Lugua, where he had sent his herd of cattle to graze.

The autopsy report, which was signed by Dr Owusu Afriyie, a pathologist, said the deceased was not shot but died as a result of the decapitation.

Last Sunday, ?the headless body of Osamnu?was found with a deep cut in the abdomen and scratches, suggesting he might have struggled with his attackers. No arrest has been made.

They have stepped up investigations to apprehend and bring the killers to justice and already statements have been taken from some opinion leaders in the community.

Information is that the body would be released to the family for burial, since the autopsy had been conducted.

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