It will be a good idea when criminals are made to suffer the works of their hands whenever they are arrested. Things of these sort will make it possible to deter other stubborn criminals who might have the intention to venture into such a scrupulous act.
Earlier before his arrest, the people in Buduburam in the Central Region of Ghana were convince to buy series of medicine from the arrested criminal. The Man told the people that, his medicine is capable of curing serious Pimples on faces and other rashes on the he skin of an individual. As a result of his comments, the youth in Buduburam purchase his medicine. But it turn out that the medicine from the man are just harmful and all those who but the medicine suffer serious Burns on the Face.
The people in central Region intentionally called the Man to provide them with more medicine as a means to trap him. It work perfectly as they plan and they force the man to apply the medicine on his face as well.
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