Following the case of Richard Gyamfi who was arrested at Alaska Junction near Sunyani of the Bono Region of Ghana for allegedly killing children and storing their bodies in refrigerator. More revelations has been popping up day in and out creating more debate and controversies in the homes of Ghanaians now.
Kweku Annan of Net 2 TV has finally revealed the truth behind Richard Appiah's operations.
According to Kweku Annan on Net 2 TV show 'The Hot Seat', he exposed that, there are big politicians, chiefs, and pastors in the country who are behind the operations of Richard Appiah. According to him these people drive luxury vehicles to the house of the suspect at night and purchase the human parts for ritual purposes.
But let's wait for the findings and the investigations of the police service too, let's make sure that, these victims get the justice they deserve, it would have been good if death sentence is part of judgement in Ghana. Leave your opinions and comments below and share, don't forget to follow my page for more updates.
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