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Tragic Loss: Son of Renowned Politician, Adu Boahen Killed In Robbery Attack

In a devastating turn of events, Christopher Adu Boahen, son of esteemed historian and New Patriotic Party stalwart Professor Albert Adu Boahen, met a tragic end after armed robbers invaded his home in East Legon, a suburb of the capital in the Greater Accra Region.

Reports indicate that the armed robbers forcefully entered Christopher’s residence, unleashing chaos as they ransacked his home, leading to a fatal outcome. Compounding the tragedy, Christopher Adu Boahen, who was known to be physically challenged, fell victim to this senseless act of violence.

The news of Christopher’s untimely demise reverberated through social media platforms, with his 1995 year group at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), where he pursued electrical engineering, expressing profound shock and sadness at the loss.

A poignant post on Facebook informed their community of the heart-wrenching incident, denouncing the perpetrators as “wicked persons” who callously extinguished Christopher’s life in the brutal intrusion.

The scene of the crime at East Legon has been cordoned off by law enforcement agents, as the authorities intensify investigations into this heinous crime.

As the nation mourns the loss of Christopher Adu Boahen, a promising life cut short by a ruthless act, tributes and condolences pour in for the grieving family and loved ones left behind.

Christopher’s familial connections to political figures, notably as the son of Professor Albert Adu Boahen and a sibling of former government official Charles Adu Boahen, further underscore the profound impact of this tragedy on Ghana’s political landscape.

As the community grapples with this profound loss, the memory of Christopher Adu Boahen is honored, his legacy cherished, and justice sought for the brutal circumstances of his passing.

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