Following the young man identified as Richard Gyamfi who was arrested at Alaska Junction near Sunyani of the Bono Region of Ghana for allegedly killing many children and storing their bodies in refrigerator.
More revelations and controversies have been popping up from the infamous killing at Alaska.
According Yaa Konamah, it has been reported that, every evening luxury cars come and park the the gate of Richard Appiah. So she believes that those big men who always park their cars in front of his house are the ones Richard Appiah allegedly sells the body parts to for their rituals.
Yaa Konamah emphasized that, the police must painfully interrogate Richard Appiah, so that he give out all the names of the big men he has been allegedly selling the body parts to.
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