Ghanaians heard bad news recently that, an uber driver was slain in a cold blood at Feyiase in the Ashanti Region after he got an order. According to reports, the suspect picked him at High School Junction and sent him to an abandoned structure at Feyiase new site. The suspect then removed a sharp cutlass and cut off his hand. In the process of struggling while bleeding, the uber driver got tired and fell off. This suspect then strangulated him and chopped off his head.
After he was arrested, he took the police to the crime scene and narrated how he was able to kill the innocent driver. The prime suspect's grip in the hands of the police has led to the arrest of other two suspects in addition to him. The fetish priest who needed the human head is on the run while the three suspects have been remanded and are in the custody of the police.
A video has been sighted online when they were been transported to the prison after they were remanded. In the video, one of the suspects whose face looked innocent said he has been put on camera and appeared on National television meanwhile he is not a thief. He is just a landlord that gave his room out so he doesn't know why he has been arrested. Though that is what he is saying but investigations need to be done and the law must take its course.
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