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Family of Ghanaian Businessman in South Africa calls for Genuine Autopsy Report

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The family of Newton Kwaku Boateng, a 48-year-old Ghanaian businessman based in South Africa, has expressed concerns over the delay in apprehending the perpetrators who allegedly killed their kin in his home in Gauteng Province.

Newton Kwaku Boateng was said to have been attacked by unknown assailants on Thursday, March 2, 2023, and died from the injuries he sustained during the struggle. The family is, however, dissatisfied with the way the case is being handled by the South African Police Service (SAPS).

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The family is appealing to the SAPS to provide them with the genuine autopsy report on the remains of their beloved relative. They are worried that some security personnel handling the case may be collaborating with the deceased’s associates to change the findings of the autopsy report.

The family has called for justice to be served, saying that the deceased had a family and was caring for his children after such a tragic tragedy. They pleaded with the SAPS to do their work diligently, especially when it comes to protecting foreign citizens.

According to the family, the autopsy was done in Germiston SAPS Mortuary, but they are yet to receive the report from the police. They have also alleged foul play and a cover-up in coordination with some security personnel and threats against the people chosen to supervise the autopsy.

The family believes that the deceased was murdered, and those behind the murder are seriously working behind closed doors to prevent the family from gathering information, particularly the autopsy report, which indicates the cause of death.

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