The Ghana police service in it latest investigations have picked up three Traditional priests for questioning.
Traditional priests popularly referred to us “Juju men” in Ghana are people who worship and make sacrifices to idols in exchange for power.
Traditional priests are also normally vested in the use of plants or parts of plants for traditional herbal medicine.
One of the arrested juju men is very popular and is known by the name “Power One”
Although the name of the deceased have been withheld for safety reasons he was identified as a Biochemist who resides at Adeiso.
The matter is still under investigations and for the that reason not enough information have been put out by the Ghana Police Service.
Hopefully, the Ghana Police Service will share more details of the incident with the general public as soon as the investigations have been completed.
I promise to update you with more about the story as at when more information is made available to the general public by the Ghana Police Service.
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