Maame Adwoa: 25 Year Old Ghanaian Lady Shot Dead in Miami, USA

Maame Adwoa: 25 Year Old Ghanaian Lady Shot Dead in Miami, USA

- A 25-year-old Ghanaian lady, Rachel Maame Adwoa Amuah, was shot for an unknown reason in Miami, United States of America

- The police had gotten a phone call from the area only to find Rachel with serious gunshot wounds to her neck

- Miami investigators indicate they are working around the clock to discover the cause of the murder

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Rachel Maame Adwoa Amuah, a stunning 25-year-old Ghanaian lady, was murdered in cold blood in the Brickell neighbourhood in Miami, United States of America.

In a report sighted by Briefly News on the YouTube handle of WPLG Local 10, it is indicated that the lady, named Rachel Maame Adwoa Amuah, was killed on the seventh floor of a high-rise building.

The police reportedly got a call from the area and upon getting to the location, found Maame Adwoa with fatal gunshot wounds to her neck.

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Maame Adwoa: 25-year-old Ghanaian lady shot dead in Miami-USA
Maame Adwoa: 25-year-old Ghanaian lady shot dead in Miami-USA Credit: YouTube, WPLG Local 10
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The young lady was taken to the Jackson Memorial Hospital’s Ryder Trauma Center in critical condition but she unfortunately passed away. It is reported that one person has been detained and a witness is also assisting with investigations but the reasons for the seemingly random crime are currently unclear.

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Miami investigators say they are looking for any CCTV surveillance cameras within the area to ascertain the cause of the crime and are working to find out more details about the Ghanaian victim.

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Meanwhile, Briefly News reported that Lindani Myeni's body returned to South Africa. The Durban rugby player was shot and killed by Honolulu police.

His body had returned home and will be buried in KwaZulu-Natal. His family will take transport his body back to his birthplace. The recording of the 911 call made before Myeni's death has been released and according to eNCA, the female caller said that Myeni was not armed and had been calm.

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"Today the ANCYL joined Lindani Myeni's family and friends as they received his body. The ANCYL is committed to supporting the Myeni family and ensuring that their pursuit of justice is realised!"

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Source: Briefly News

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