The security guard at the murdered Member of Parliament Joseph Boakye-Danquah Adu’s house is now being held as one of the key figures who possibly facilitated the killing of the MP.
This is according to sources close to the investigations.
The security guard was one of the six individuals who were arrested after the Police started investigations into the killing.
Five out of the six have been released but the security guard is still in Police custody, assisting in investigations.
The Member of Parliament for Abuakwa North, Joseph Boakye Dankwah Adu’s alleged killer was also smoked out of his hide out by the Police on Thursday.
He mounted a ladder on the compound of the house and climbed to the bedroom of the MP before stabbing him and left him in a pool of blood.
The security man’s booth is just a few metres away from where the suspect climbed the ladder to execute his dastardly act.
The MP was killed by unknown assailants at his residence at Shiashi in Accra, where he lived with his family. Some neighbours of the late MP have told Citi News they heard about a struggle between the MP and his attackers, which forced them out of their homes only to find out that he had been killed.
They claimed to have seen a ladder behind the late MP’s bedroom, which they suspect was used by the assailants to access his room where he was killed and left in a pool of blood.
According to them, they saw a man run out of the house but he could not use the main entrance because they had then called in the police who were stationed at the gate waiting to enter.