The guardian of the recently murdered 10 years old Kasoa boy, Ishmael Mensah has publicly declared that if the law fails to do justice the suspects, that they will them by theirselves. This came after series of opinions that and judgement that the alleged perpetrators of the killing of the 10 years old Ishmael Mensah are still minors and are not liable to face strict law judgement due to their age.
Meanwhile, the police prosecutor in the ritual murder case at Kasoa says the two suspects who allegedly killed 10-year-old Ishmael Mensah were inspired after watching a spiritualist on TV.
According to what the guardian of the murdered 10 years old boy said, they vows to take law into their own hand if the law fails to give the alleged perpetrators the penalty for their evil atrocity. However, a lot of Ghanaians has also shared their opinion about what should happen to the alleged perpetrators which included life in imprisonment or sentence to death by hanging. But the court judgement will eventually be the final say and the guardian of the killed Ishmael Mensah are anxiously waiting for the court judgement.
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