The country which is being attributed to peace is now nearing into a state of great fear as murder cases keep rising over the past few weeks.
A 25-year-old motor rider identified as Dovi Tsidi has chopped off the head of a 12 year old boy at Afloekope in the Volta region in bid to be sent to a prophetess for rituals according to reports.
Two teenage boys who are currently under trial over the killing of an 11-year-old boy for money rituals and other unfortunate victims of murder by reason of ritual, jealousy, litigation and trading of human parts are at alarming rate.
The greatest fear of the nation is as some of these victims happen to be security personnels from the police force therefore instilling great worry across the nation.
These recent cases should be dealt with due diligence according to the law and suspects should be made to face the consequences of their actions as the security system in the country must be enhanced to improve security in the country.
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