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The story of a Juju man who allegedly killed his client in Tamale has gone viral.
According to reports, a juju man who is known as Mohammed Hardi has been arrested for allegedly killing his client who came to him for help at Gurugu suburb of Tamale in the Northern Region. The Juju man and his accomplice Alfa Sakibu reportedly covered the man of the deceased (Asedia), 33 year old Sierra Leonean who resides in Ghana.
The Tamale District Police had a report that a man was wrapped and dumped by the roadside and DSP Omare Boakye, together with his boys went to the place to take the dead body to the mortuary as well make an investigation and find out the person who dumped the body there.
After the discovery of Afedia’s lifeless body, the police had a report around 9 PM on 15th March 2021, few hours after the body was spotted that a suspect known as Mohammed Hardi allegedly killed Asedia in his room and threw the body away with his friend Alfa Sakibu.
Mohammed Hardi the Jujuman was arrested by the Police and after hours of interrogation, he revealed that the deceased came to his house to look for monetary help which he calls “Twofolds cash” or Sakawa , where any amount you give to the Jujuman will be doubled for you before you go home.
According to the Juju man (Hardi), Asedia fell sick for sometime and eventually passed out but he (Hardi) and his friend Alfa were scared to report the incident to the police or rush him to the hospital so they took the law into their own hands and deposited the body by the road side.
The story of Mohammed Hardi is still hard to be believe as Police still have him and his friend Alfa in their custody awaiting for a trial. The body of Asedia has been deposited at Tamale Teaching Hospital mortuary.
We will bring you more details of what happens when Hardi and Alfa goes to court soon.
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