The deceased Ayeliwinum, also known as Agya Gurusi, is alleged to have been hit in the head with a fufu pounding stick (pestle) at their home.
According to an eyewitness who is a relative, Afia Gurusi, a misunderstanding ensued between Agya Gurusi and his wife, Maame Gurusi, and efforts were made to separate them.
She explained that to their surprise and at their blindside, the wife struck the man in the head leading to his immediate collapse.
When other neighbors arrived at the scene, Agya Gurusi’s lifeless body was found lying in a supine position in a pool of blood, with his sandals and the stick beside him.
The suspect is seen in a video accusing neighbors, who arrived at the crime scene, as witches, when they questioned her motive.
In the same video, some angry youth were seen using a rope to tie the suspect, allegedly due to her violent nature.
The Dormaa East Police Commander, DSP Francis Akwasi Asante said the suspect is in their custody and they are preparing to arraign her before court in Dormaa Ahenkro.
He added that the body of the deceased has been deposited at the Dormaa Ahenkro Presbyterian Hospital mortuary in Dormaa Central for preservation, awaiting autopsy.