Ghanaian Killed In South Africa To Be Buried On Nov.4

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The mortal remains Newton Kwaku Boateng, a 48-year-old Ghanaian businessman based in South Africa (SA) who was brutally killed will be laid to rest on November 4, 2023.

Newton Kwaku Boateng was killed in his home in the Gauteng Province of South Africa on Thursday, March 2, 2023, after battling unidentified attackers for his life.

The fact that the suspect and his collaborators haven’t been apprehended after the crime worries the family.

The tragic death of Newton Kwaku Boateng, has caused outrage and calls for justice from his family and the Ghanaian community in South Africa.

Kwaku Boateng, whose death came as a shock to friends and family died under mysterious circumstances after reportedly being poisoned and strangled in his own house in Gauteng Province.

His brother George Effah Boateng believes his relative was murdered, and that the wife, Alinah Mahlangu is a major suspect, but that she is working to prevent the family from gathering information, particularly the autopsy report, which indicates the cause of death.

According to the family, the funeral and memorial service will also be held at the Page Event Centre located at Sakaman closed to the Sakaman traffic light on November 4, followed by burial at the Gbawe Cemetery.

Thanksgiving service will be held on Sunday, November 5 at Higher Praise Tabernacle at La estate at 8:00 am prompt.

The funeral and burial ceremonies are expected to attract hundreds of people from all walks of life, including family and friends of the deceased.

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