Confusion As Chinese Boss ‘Slashes’ Throat Of Employee

Date: 01-10-2022 3:24 pm (2 months ago) | Author: Mister Jay Wonder
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A Chinese national has sparked outrage after he was accused of trying to kill a Ghanaian man.

He was accused of slashing the throat of his Ghanaian employee identified as Isaac Boateng, in Kweikuma, a community in the Sekondi-Takoradi municipality of the Western Region of Ghana.

It was reported that the company which the Chinese national heads, Paulichenda Engineering, was contracted to erect structures close to the apartments of the Ghana Navy flats area at Kweikuma.

During Connect FM’s Omanbapa morning show, one of the workers told the show's host Nhyiraba Paa Kwesi Simpson that they were demanding their salaries when tempers flared.

He said; “We have worked for the whole month and our salaries had not been paid so we had a meeting and asked our Chinese employer why we have not been paid. One of our colleagues went to the Chinese boss to find out what was wrong with the salaries because we have families and we are also owing some people.

“In the heat of the argument, the Chinese boss pulled a flick knife and slashed the throat of our colleague. He has incurred deep wounds, blood traces could be seen everywhere. He has been rushed to the Effiankwanta Hospital and we pray he will survive.”

Some military officers intervened and resolved the issue after their colleague had been rushed to the hospital for medical attention.

The worker added; “Some military [officers] intervened and calm was restored later but the foreigner who committed the crime is still walking around. We are in pain and demand justice for our brother. We are about eighty workers here and they pay each of us GH¢18 a day for the tedious construction work are doing here.”

A visit to the premises of the company by Connect FM reveals a strong security presence whilst some workers could be seen lined up receiving their salaries in cash.

The case has been reported to Adiembra Police Station for further investigations. The victim, Isaac Boateng, a machine operator in the Company, is still under treatment.

Speaking from the hospital bed he said; “The Police have taken my statement and I’m still under treatment.”


Posted: at 1-10-2022 03:24 PM (2 months ago) | Addicted Hero
- gogoman at 1-10-2022 04:04 PM (2 months ago)
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any foreigner than pays their workers peanut is because the country government allows it... u can't blame those investors
Posted: at 1-10-2022 04:04 PM (2 months ago) | Grande Master
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- alexidwayne at 1-10-2022 05:17 PM (2 months ago)
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Revenge wit out mercy
Posted: at 1-10-2022 05:17 PM (2 months ago) | Gistmaniac
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- kp45 at 1-10-2022 05:42 PM (2 months ago)
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I Heartless human being
Posted: at 1-10-2022 05:42 PM (2 months ago) | Hero
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- smart61 at 1-10-2022 07:00 PM (2 months ago)
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Quote from: gogoman on  1-10-2022 04:04 PM
any foreigner than pays their workers peanut is because the country government allows it... u can't blame those investors
…EXACTLY. I NEVER LIKED CHINESE PEOPLE
Posted: at 1-10-2022 07:00 PM (2 months ago) | Gistmaniac
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- Paulevery at 1-10-2022 07:04 PM (2 months ago)
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Why is that knife having three eyes??
Just asking  : Wink Wink
Posted: at 1-10-2022 07:04 PM (2 months ago) | Gistmaniac
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- Goldtime at 1-10-2022 11:38 PM (2 months ago)
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Quote from: gogoman on  1-10-2022 04:04 PM
any foreigner than pays their workers peanut is because the country government allows it... u can't blame those investors
Thabk you bro !  Vote Atiku and stop peddling Tinubu .For our common good ,vote ATIKU
Posted: at 1-10-2022 11:38 PM (2 months ago) | Gistmaniac
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- Baye77 at 2-10-2022 07:20 AM (2 months ago)
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Systematically, the Chinese, not Europeans this time, are trying to colonize African nations again. They are all over Africa, mining resources and doing construction work.., giving your government huge loans that will make you submit to them. Shame on African leaders.
Posted: at 2-10-2022 07:20 AM (2 months ago) | Hero
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