|The Late Winfred Korku Ametefe (c)facebook|
The mortal remains of the University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS) lecturer, who committed suicide has been buried in Ho on Saturday.
Winfred Korku Ametefe’s, body was found hanging in his official residence at Ho VORADEP Village last Tuesday by the Police, after some residents in area complained of a bad stench emanating from the deceased’s apartment. He is believed to have committed the act three days before the body was found.
The burial which took place at the Ho public cemetery Saturday morning was preceded by a brief solemn burial service at the Elorm E.P Church at Ho-Bankoe.
In attendance, were members of the UHAS community, as well as relatives and friends of the 41 years old lecturer, most of whom, are yet to come to terms with his sudden demise.
One of his close allies narrated that, “Winfred, is an extrovert, who is very cordial with everyone. There was no day that you’ll see him moody; so I’m very shock to hear such a tragedy could befall him.”
A family source disclosed to Volta Online, that, the deceased, was living the United Kingdom with his wife and Son, where he served in the British Army for almost a decade before returning home to join UHAS as a lecturer at its School of Public Health in Hohoe.
Due to the sudden turn of events, however his wife and son, were unable to come down to home for the burial, the source noted.