Over the week Ghanaians were shock about a news which talks about a man who killed three children, and stored some parts of other people he murdered in his fridge. The Suspect identified as Richard Appiah who is said to be a former Footballer and a residence of Abesim is currently in police custody for interrogation and investigation.
One still cannot tell what came over this man to commit such a murder. The sad thing is that one of the boys happens to be his best friend's son, and in the course of searching for the boy he has killed and hidden the body in his room, he was part of the rescue. New development coming in from the Ghana Police service has it that, through their investigations and hard work source has led them to where the suspect buried the intestines of the boys he killed.
The report from Ghana Police states that, the suspect buried the intestines in a Cocoa farm at Abesim, which the police exhumed from the ground for pathological analysis and forensic examination.
Will do well to bring you further update on this story.
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