The police, in a realistic web-based reportage, said the well is in the house where the mother of the twins remained at Abetifi Zongo, a suburb of Sunyani.
The episode, which occurred at around 1.30 a.m. Monday, tossed the suburb into a condition of shock and skepticism.
The dead assemblages of the twins were viewed as drifting in the well, which drew the consideration of certain individuals from the family.
Right hand Director of Police (ASP) Augustine Kingsley Oppong, the Bono Territorial Police Advertising Official (Ace), told Realistic Web-based that a money manager locally, helped by two police officers, captured and sent the suspect to the Sunyani Police headquarters.
"After the police had gotten a report on the obnoxious demonstration, a group was dispatched to the scene at Abetifi Zongo, where the group saw the collections of the twins drifting in the well.
"The police recovered the bodies, however a cautious review of the remaining parts uncovered no indications of viciousness," ASP Oppong said in the report.
He added that there was a whitish froth from the nostrils of the children.
The official noticed that the children were passed on to the Crisis Ward of the Sunyani Provincial Emergency clinic, where a clinical official proclaimed them done for.
The Bono Police Local Genius said the bodies had been kept at the morgue of a similar medical clinic for safeguarding and examination.
He said the suspect, Ellian Zumeseh, had been confined to aid examinations concerning the case.
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