The world is becoming very mysterious about how people doing things when it comes to money and luxurious life. A young man from Assin Foso in the Central region of Ghana who is 24 years old has be beaten to the pop and has been skinned alive after he was found beheading a woman in her own cocoa farm.
According to reports from Angel radio station, the alleged madman who is 24 year old young man was caught yesterday when they found a head of a woman in his room. The young man who was caught explained that he found a skeletal head on his way to his farm and when he's saw it, he wanted to report if to the elders in the community but he was scared. But his statement was null.
People of Assin Foso told the media that the fraud (sakawa) boys are taking over the town and the police in the country must save them as soon as possible because they are afraid now a days to go out to the farm and town. This killing of innocent people I'd not the first time.
Here are some pictures of the young man who was being beating and skinned alive
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