Relatives of a Dead Ghanaian Woman Puzzled By Her Death

Alright – if one were going to visit a relative, wouldn’t one take a usual mode of transportation?

It wasn’t until last week, when Otuteye’s daughter in Toronto, Peace Lani, called around in a panic asking if anyone had heard from her mother, that the cloak of secrecy was lifted: Otuteye had set off for Canada to reunite with her daughter, who had just given birth to a baby girl — likely with the intention of staying there.

That panic turned to grief on May 26, when Otuteye’s body was found in a rural drainage ditch near Noyes, Minn., less than a kilometre from the Manitoba border. Sheriff’s officials said the cause of death appeared to be hypothermia.

Now, compounding the grief are new questions. According to friends and people who have talked to the family, Otuteye, 57, was found with only $15 on her and the two cell phones she owned were missing. They can’t help but wonder: who else was with her on the journey?

  • Bla Bla

    My give-o-shit meter must have broke again… It’s showing zero. I must ask though… Why would she need ‘two’ cell phones.

  • BillyHW

    Two cell phones?

    • WalterBannon

      one is for the suicide belt she was going to construct…

  • Exile1981

    Likely it got cold and one of her fellow fake refugees decided they needed the coat more and killed her for it.

    • ntt1

      quite likely and now her “killer” is probably getting showered with gifts not available to the tax paying Canadian yet given freely by morally bankrupt progressives at our expense

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    The important part of this story is that the Canadian taxpayer will be paying for that baby, and it’s mother, for the rest of their lives.

  • Maggat

    Was the woman found dead in Minnesota? Yes, then it is NOT our concern. Our concern is now the upkeep of her daughter and the daughter’s spawn for the rest of their natural lives. Oh Canada, we’re screwed again.

  • Frances

    There’s something really weird here – no one goes to Toronto via Manitoba. And, sad as it is for her family, shouldn’t they be pushing the US authorities as her death occurred in their jurisdiction, not ours.