Following the two teenagers who allegedly killed 11- year old boy at Kasoa (Lamptey Mills) for money rituals.
Photo of Ishmael Mensah, the deceased popped up on social media which has gathered some comments from Facebook Users.
In the photo, the young hansome boy was seen with his mother holding each other with smiles.
The information reaching us indicates that, a scheduled burial for an 11- year old boy could not come off as police failed to release the body to the family. Because investigation is still going on that is why the body is been kept at the police hospital.
The two suspects have however been charged with compiracy to commit murder. The presiding Judge, Her Ladyship, Rosemond Vera Ocloo has remanded them into police custody by Ofaakor District Court. The names of these two teenagers are Felix Nyarko 19, and Nicholas Kiki, 18 to spend two weeks in Police custody.
Social media users has reacted after the photo of the bloody body of the 11- year old boy they killed for money rituals seen online.
Below are some of the comments.
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