May 29th was the anniversary of the brutal murder of army officer Captain (posthumously Maj.) Maxwell Adams Mahama in Denkyira-Obuasi. Mahama, as young as he was, left behind a wife, Barbara, and two male children.
8 of the 22 suspects standing trial for the murder of Major Maxwell Mahama have been released due to a lack of evidence against them. The Accra District Court hearing the case discharged the 8 following a recommendation from the Attorney General’s department over the status of the investigation.
Wife of Late Major Mahama has granted her first interview ever since losing her husband to a gruesome mob injustice at Denkyira Obuasi. According to Barbara Mahama who was speaking on GhOne TV, she still struggles to deal with the thoughts that Major Mahama is not more as she keeps hearing his voice.
1st November is the birthday of the late army officer Major Maxwell Mahama, who was killed earlier this year in brutal circumstances in Denkyira-Obuasi. To mark the day, his widow Barbara has penned a touching birthday message for him beyond the grave.
Today, 26th September, marks the birthday of Barbara Mahama, widow of the late Major Maxwell Mahama. Ghanaians on social media have taken it upon themselves to celebrate Barbara, whose life was filled with so much tragedy that day in May when her husband was brutally murdered.
Mob justice reared its ugly head in Ghana once again as a man was lynched by residents of Walewale in the Northern region. Gafaru Amadu had been suspected of killing a relative, Issahaku Ibrahim, by cutting open his neck with a machete. In response, a mob lynched him to death.
Comic Kumawood actor, Kwadwo Nkansah well known as Lilwin has shot a new video in Denkyira Obuasi set to be released soon. The song titled “Nyame Gye Me” should give you enough reason why Lilwin will choose the infamous town noted for killing Late Major Mahama for the official visuals to the song.
A GoFundMe campaign to raise money for the family of the late Major Maxwell Mahama yielded over Ghc 27,000 – which has now been presented to the late soldier’s widow. One Prof. Kumordzie, who led the campaign, presented the final sum of Ghc 27,700 to Barbara Mahama, widow of the late Major.
The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, is set to visit the Central Regional town of Denkyira-Obuasi today – Monday August 7. The visit would be part of a five day working tour by the President to the Central and Western Regions.
There’s an ongoing legal process to bring killers of Late Major Maxwell Mahama to book for their bestiality. Defending Lawyer for four of the suspects, George Bernard, has disclosed that though he is defending his clients, he hasn’t watched the viral video in which his clients were captured allegedly committing the heinous crime.
William Baah, the Denkyira-Obuasi assemblyman who, according to legend, mobilised a crowd of the town’s residents to lynch the late Major Mahama, has vehemently denied the charge in court. According to his lawyer, George Bernard Shaw, both the police and the public have the wrong facts on the case.
After the people of Denkyira-Obuasi brutally murdered the late Major Maxwell Mahama, turns out one of them even had the gall to take his iPhone 7 for himself. Emmanuel Fordjour is the culprit, and he was arrested after a police tip-off, with the phone found stashed in his room.
The University of Leicester has presented the Master’s Degree earned by the late Major Maxwell Mahama to his mother following his untimely death. The late major was pursuing the degree and was near completion when he was lynched by a mob in Denkyira-Obuasi.
The Chief of Denkyira-Obuasi, Nana Adjei Nkyire II, has hit back at Rev Sam Korankye Ankrah, after the famed preacher revealed a curse against the town. Korankye Ankrah had revealed that a curse had been placed on the town for their killing of Major Mahama and that consequently, no leader would emerge from the land.
Maverick Gh politician Kofi Wayo has spoken out on the death of the late Major Maxwell Mahama, describing it as the ‘wrong way’ to die.
Wayo, who is one of the dignitaries attending Mahama’s state funeral, spoke to the issue of the major’s death and said government needs to beef up the military and security agencies in general going forward.
Dancehall Artist and Boss of the SM Family can not seem to get over the lynching and murder of Captain Maxwell Mahama now Major Mahama.
Shatta Wale in an interview with Kwasi Aboagye on Peace FM’s Entertainmnet Review stated that the entire township as well as anybody who hails from Denkyira Obuasi do not deserve any form of mercy.
According to the “Taking Over” singer, “If I have my own power, I would bring people from Iraq or Afghanistan to bomb the town and all the people there and kill everybody there because everybody that comes from there has that evil mind”.
It’s looking more and likely that galamsey issues played a crucial role in the killing of Capt. Maxwell Mahama.
Even though the initial police report laying out what their preliminary investigations have revealed has no galamsey portion, Ghanaians online remain unconvinced that the captain was merely mistaken for a robber.