Ghanaian Man Shot Dead In Toronto Three Months After Moving To Canada (Photo)

A 39-year-old Ghanaian man has been shot dead in Toronto three months after moving to Canada.

Pulse gh reports that 39-year-old Adu Boakye, a Ghanaian man who is a father of four, and who recently moved to Canada, just three months ago, was the unfortunate victim of a North York shooting.

The attack has been described as a random shooting as Adu Boakye was shot three times while he was walking near a bus stop, going about his business.

Efforts were made to save him before he was transported to the hospital but he succumbed to his injuries and was subsequently pronounced dead.

Canadian authorities responded to reports of gunfire in the vicinity of Jane Street and Driftwood Avenue on Saturday, February 17, 2024. Upon arrival, they found Boakye suffering from gunshot wounds. Despite efforts to save him, Boakye succumbed to his injuries after being rushed to the hospital.

Detective Phillip Campbell, in a subsequent interview, revealed that Boakye and another unnamed 16-year-old boy had been shot indiscriminately while waiting for a bus in the area.

According to a news release by the Toronto Police Service, the images of the suspect have been released, however he has not been apprehended yet.

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Ghanaian Shot Dead In Toronto Three Months After Moving To Canada

Ghanaian Shot Dead In Toronto Three Months After Moving To Canada

Ghanaian Shot Dead In Toronto Three Months After Moving To Canada

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