Afia Schwar Reacts To The Death Of Lilian Dedjoe, Lady Who Was Allegedly Killed By Her Husband At East Legon | Video

Media personality Afia Schwarzengger has reacted to the death of Lilian Dedjoe, the 43-year-old woman allegedly murdered by her husband, Mr. Prince Charles Dedjoe at East Legon, Accra.

On 06/03/21, one Prince Charles Dedjoe of East Legon reported to police that on the same day around 3:20 am, whilst they were asleep, he heard the wife scream only to come out and find her wife, Lilian Dedjoe aged 43 years lying unconscious on their staircase.

He, together with his two children, rushed the wife to the hospital, but she was pronounced dead shortly on arrival.

Police proceeded to the said hospital to ascertain the report. As police investigations were underway and autopsy to be done on the body, on 06/03/2021 the deceased father, reported to police that a day before his daughter’s demise, she complained to him that she was severely assaulted by her husband, Prince Charles Dedjoe and that had led to the death of her daughter.

Suspect Prince Charles Dedjoe was arrested to that effect and in custody to be sent to court for remand today, Afia Schwar

Afia Schwarzenegger, the self-acclaimed Queen of Gh Comedy has waded into the death of Lilian Dedjoe as she is also fighting for justice on her behalf.

Afia Schwar started off by sharing a picture of Prince Charles Dedjoe, late Lilian Dedjoe’s husband and revealed her intentions to join the police for further investigation on the issue.

She wrote:

Help me congratulate Charles Dedjoe.
He has succeeded in killing his wife,the mother of his 2 children.
Congratulations once again
Good evening IGP, when can I come and discuss East Legon police with you…??
Charles the mortuary man…..

Media personality Afia Schwarzengger has reacted to the death of Lilian Dedjoe, the 43-year-old woman allegedly murdered by her husband, Mr. Prince Charles Dedjoe at East Legon, Accra.

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