It was later after the continuous investigations by the Ghana police service, it was in the news that, the girls were dead since the police found the mortal remains of the girls in a particular house. The news made the families of the girls very sad and they demanded justice for the girls.
Today, just this after seven judges sat on the case at the Sekondi High Court and gave their verdict to the case. The outcome was that, the two suspects, Samuel Udoetuk Wills and John Orji we’re sentenced to death by hanging.
Many people have expressed their views on how the court dealt with this case of murder.
Some Ghanaians applauded the court for the sentence that was given to the suspects while other were not pleased with the duration it took the court to resolve this matter and dispense justice.
What do you think of how the court dealt with this case, do you think death penalty is right? Share your opinions with us in the comments section below.
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