A final year Marketing student of the cape coast technical university was found dead without her private part, some native saw a Benz car drive pass and dropped her body. They believed that her private part was going to be used for rituals. This sad incident happened on Friday night at OLA Estate In Cape Coast
The Central Region Police are looking into the matter, the police said they had information around Nine in the evening on Friday 13th May,2022 that a female adult was found lying dead by the roadside at OLA Estate near the College of Education in Cape Coast.
The police went to the scene and found the body on the floor without her private part and some cuts and bruises on her body. The native of the area are very worried and they are begging the police to arrest the criminals involved in this crime. They are also calling on the Cape Coast Metropolitan Assembly to fix the street light that have not been working for some time now.
The body of Nana Ama Clark has been deposited at the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital mortuary for further investigation.
Meanwhile, the Police have contacted the victim mother and family and investigation are underway.
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