Ghanaian pharmacist killed in the US for allegedly refusing customer’s request

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The man then went to his car and came back and shot Addo several times in the face, Okaiteye said.

But details remain unclear and Okaiteye said he’s heard conflicting stories.

Addo had a “million dollar smile” and was always bubbly, said Teresa Spears, of Lansing, who visited the Rite Aid store several times each week.

“He’s an angel,” she said. “I’m not exaggerating.”

“He’s one of the kindest people I’ve ever met. It’s just been a tragedy. I’ve not been able to stop crying,” she said.

Addo would ask regular customers about their families, and he didn’t hesitate to walk customers to the aisle where they could find the remedy they needed.

“You look forward to going in there and seeing him because he just brightens your day,” said Spears, who considers Addo part of her family. She has reached out to his family members.

Okaiteye said he heard from at least two or three of Addo’s customers who reached out after seeing his comments on Facebook.

Mary Ellen Sheets, founder of Two Men and A Truck, said Addo was “super friendly” when she’d go through the Rite Aid drive-thru.

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