The late University of Ghana Law Professor, Emmanuel Yaw Benneh was laid to rest on Saturday after a funeral service was held in his honour at the St Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church in Legon.
Persons from all walks of life thronged the auditorium of the Catholic Church were the funeral services was held before the Law Professor was interred.
Family members, friends, work colleague and former students burst into uncontrollable tears when it was time for the filing past.
Emotional tributes were read from family members and close associates to eulogize the slain law professor.
The Law lecturer was callously murdered in his Adjiriganor mansion and was found dead on Saturday 12th September 2020
A worker in the late professor’s house found him dead with his hands tied to his back and a rag inside his mouth three days after he was last seen in public
Several suspects were picked up by the police including house helps working in the Adjiriganor mansion.
A key suspect in the murder, James Nana Womba fell sick and died in Police custody
So far, the only suspect standing trial now is Opambour Agya Badu Nkansah.
The late Professor Emmanuel Yaw Benneh was survived by a son William Kwame Benneh.
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