Ghana Man butchers father over an argument

The Police in Ghana’s Eastern Region have taken into custody a 29-year-old man who reportedly hacked his father to death following an argument.  
The suspect, Kelvin Quist Agbenyega, who hails from Okorase in the Akropong North Municipality of the Eastern Region was said to have attacked his father, Emmanuel De Graft Quist Agbenyega, with a matchete, inflicting several wounds on him leading to his demise.
The remains of his retired-accountant father has been deposited at the morgue pending autopsy, was a retired accountant.
Family sources told DAILY GUIDE that the suspect dropped out of the Pentecost Senior High School (SHS) as a result of his poor academic performance.
The sources claimed he had been accusing his father of not supporting him to secure a job after his education got terminated.
According to the sources, an argument ensued between the suspect and his father on Monday, but it is unclear what triggered the misunderstanding.
The victim's wife and a neighbor, who sensed danger during the scuffle, rushed to the police station to report the incident.
But Mr Emmanuel De Graft Quist Agbenyega was found dead with blood oozing from his head upon their return. Kelvin was subsequently nabbed.
DAILY GUIDE learnt that Kelvin on numerous occasions threatened to kill his late father, but the matter was settled at home instead of reporting it to the police.
As at the time of filing this report, police source hinted that investigation had been instituted into the matter and that the suspect would be arraigned before court for prosecution.