Panic and fear grips residents of Abesim, its environs and some Ghanaians as realization dawns on many, of the possibility of Richard Appiah, (now the new Ataa Ayi who is considered a ruthless murderer) having co-workers, in other words accomplices who helped in capturing his victims and in the selling of the bodies to buyers.
The job is a tedious one and as such cannot be handled by one person alone. Many were so focused on his crime and his immediate arrest to stop further attacks that, it seems that such a huge factor went unnoticed.
There are many mysteries surrounding Richard and not enough information concerning his background, his life and way of living before being involved in crime, circumstances surrounding how he carries out such operations and who else is involved. He has not given any statement of such details and this is why Ghanaians have decided to help by bringing in different angles which demand satisfactory answers to this case.
To allay the fears of Ghanaians, they demand that the accomplices of this murderer and the buyers of bodies involved, be caught as soon possible and brought to book before further damage.
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