The Manhyia Division of the Ghana Police Service has released an official situational report on how 35-year-old Kumawood actor, Abass Abdullai popularly known as Abass Blinks was gruesomely murdered.

The report sighted by which captures Mohammed Tijani and Abass Sumailla currently on the run for being the key suspects behind the act stated that the area where the incident happened was the home of the deceased’s master, Umar Iddrissu’s located at Akurem, near Sawaba/Kumasi.

It reads “Today 07/11/18 at about 11:05hrs, Police had information from the Manhyia Government Hospital Administrator to the effect that a male adult with multiple injuries in the ribs had been rushed to the hospital but was pronounced “Dead on Arrival”

Police quickly proceeded to the Hospital where the body of a 35-year-old man identified as Abass @ Blinks, a Kumawood Movie Actor was found lying on a stretcher. Investigations have revealed that today at about 10:30hrs, the deceased who also worked with Kupor Transport Company at Acheamfuor Terminal/Kumasi as a “bookman”, visited his Master Umar Iddrissu’s house at Akurem, near Sawaba/Kumasi.

On arrival he met his master’s wife one Hawa Sumailla and her brother Mohammed Tijani @ TJ @ Survivor aged 27 in a heated argument. He advised them to stop the argument because they were siblings. TJ became offended and angrily told the deceased to leave the house. TJ then entered a room, pulled a knife and stabbed Blinks in the ribs.

TJ was joined by his 30 year old brother Abass Sumailla who also slashed him at his back with another knife. He collapsed in front of the house and was rushed to the Hospital by some good Samaritan persons but was pronounced D.O.B.

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After committing the crime, the two suspects took to their heels. Body has been deposited at the KATH mortuary for preservation and autopsy. Frantic efforts underway to get the suspects arrested” Zoure/2018




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