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The 10-year-old girl who was sexually abused by a level 300 student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has passed on, Kasapafmonline.com understands.

The girl, according to sources familiar with her ordeal, passed away on Tuesday, April 18, 2017, same day the young man was arrested by the police.

The girl (name withheld) had complained of having some complications on her anus and was sent to the hospital for treatment.

Sources say the young girl was being fostered by the family of the KNUST level 300 student, a situation the young man took undue advantage of, and sexually abused her.

The young man is reported to have given the 10-year-old girl eight tablets of paracetamol to kill the pains anytime he had sexual intercourse with her through the anus.

The young man is also reported to have warned the girl not to reveal his sexual encounters with her to anyone or else she will die.

Our sources say multiple lab tests conducted on the girl have revealed some damages on her anus with her intestines also badly affected.

Kasapafmonline.com cannot independently verify the extent of damage caused the young girl as a result of her ordeal in the hands of the KNUST level 300 student.

The police, we are told, have intensified investigations into the matter and will soon arraign the young man before the court.

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There are widespread reports that football legend Diego Maradona has died.

He is reported to have died on Wednesday in his native country, Argentina.

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Manchester City Preparing 10-Year Plan For Lionel Messi

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Manchester City are preparing a 10-year plan for Barcelona star Messi, according to The Times.

The report says the Premier League club are expected to launch another attempt to sign the superstar at the beginning of 2021 and will offer him opportunities with the City Football Group (CFG) after he plays for City.

Messi has scored six goals in 11 games for Barcelona this season.

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Still yet to start a Premier League game since joining from Ajax, Donny van de Beek helped Manchester United to a Champions League victory.

Donny van de Beek believes his deployment in a deeper role worked well as Manchester United thrashed Istanbul Basaksehir in the Champions League.

United won 4-1 at Old Trafford on Tuesday, with Bruno Fernandes’ early double added to by strikes from Marcus Rashford and substitute Daniel James.

With the superb Fernandes causing havoc in the number 10 role, Van de Beek played as a holding midfielder alongside Fred.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s use of the Netherlands international has been a subject of intense debate given he is yet to start a Premier League game but the 23-year-old has played in all four continental matches, starting three.

Van de Beek had two key passes, completed 33 passes in the opposition half-second only to Fred – and boasted an 87.5 percent passing accuracy against Basaksehir.

While he enjoys playing in a more advanced position, Van de Beek also feels comfortable in a deeper role and believes the system was a good one.

Van de Beek: “I was playing these positions at Ajax”

“It worked really well,” Van de Beek, a £40million signing from Ajax, told MUTV. “Some games I play number 10 and sometimes the coach needs me in the control position.

“That is fine for me because before, when I played at Ajax, I was playing in those positions, so it is okay.

“It was a good reaction from the away game. To win 4-1 at home I think you can be happy. The first half was really good especially the first 30 minutes and we played nice football and scored nice goals.

“In the second half we lost too many balls and gave them some chances but the last five minutes we controlled the game again.”

A third straight win in all competitions for United avenged their defeat in Turkey earlier this month and put them three points clear at the top of Group H.

They have now won their last seven home games in European competition by an aggregate score of 24-2.

“It is not finished but we are in a good position,” added Van de Beek, with United sitting ahead of Paris Saint-Germain and RB Leipzig.

“We need to keep working and everything will be fine. We now have eyes on the weekend [against Southampton].”

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