It was one of the saddest day for one Ghanaian lady whose husband died a painful and untimely death. She was so much in tears while showing the letter her husband received. Mohammed Kaka was in "FIX COUNTRY GROUP" which was fighting for the betterment of Ghana's societies. The District Police Command wrote that letter and directed it to Mohammed. He was actually warning him to keep quiet. According to Mohammed's wife, they received several threat messages. There were many death threats information in the coded messages that made Mohammed and his wife lack peace. After few days, unknown gang of people attacked them. They started beating Mohammed mercilessly without even caring about his mental status. The gang left him bleeding excessively and he was in so much pain. Kaka was admitted in Komfo Technical training hospital where he passed away. Currently, Mohammed's wife has been left in bitterness and she was crying uncontrollably while showing the letter sent to them. The letter was actually threatening to murder Kaka.
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