Following the murder case which happened at Kasoa after two teenagers called Felix Nyarko and Nicholas Kini were arrested by Kasoa police command for murdering a ten-year-old boy called Ishamael.
This case became one of the trending cases in the country. According to the information which came out these two teenagers killed the young boy and buried him in an uncompleted building. According to what the teenagers said, they intended to kill him for sacrifice per what they were told to do as they went for money rituals
In news today, the mother whose son was killed speaking in an interview on Radio Peace Winneba has dropped another tough message.
According to her, she is looking forward to the final judgment for the two teenagers who killed her son. She can’t tell if they will also be killed or not but she believes the law will work accordingly and necessary punishment will be given.
In conclusion, she said some of her colleagues keep telling her the children are not up to 18 years so is likely the government go freely without any punishment but she doesn’t believe it.
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