Imoro Sherrif, a soldier, was allegedly stabbed and killed in Taifa, an Ashaiman neighborhood. His lifeless remains have been laid to rest.
It was a difficult morning when military personnel gave their 21-year-old coworker his last walk, showing their human side. The 37 Military Hospital in Accra prepared the body for burial. After performing basic Islamic procedures, Sheik Osman Nuhu Sharubutu, the National Chief Imam, prayed for his soul.
Last Saturday, a mob is said to have murdered the late Sherrif, a trumpet player with the Ghana Military Forces Band stationed in Sunyani in the Bono Region.
He has spent the previous three weeks attending a military training in Accra while also making weekly trips to Ashaiman to see his folks.
He was scheduled to return home for the third time on Friday, March 4, but it was never so, since he was slain by a gang.
He was buried in the cemetery at Burma Camp.