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Abesim Killings: Will this new revelation set Richard Gyamfi free? [Details]

Currently in Ghana, there is one sad news that has brought shock deep down the spine of Ghanaians. A 28 year old Richard Gyamfi who resides in Abesim in the Regional Capital of Bono Region was reportedly arrested for commiting murder. According to the news that was circulated in all media channels, Richard killed human beings and cut their body parts inside his fridge. The day he was arrested, some of the lifeless bodies were lying on the floor ready to be cut and reserve in the fridge.

It was revealed that, Maxwell was using the flesh of these human beings to cook which means he is doing cannibalism. This dastardious act is very rare in the country and it's different of its kind. But days after his arrest, a lot of revelations have been circulating in the media space. Day in and out, there are new allegations coming from the camp of Richard. He has started mentioning names of people as to how they are connected to the killings.

One chief of Abesim has also come out to say something different. According to the chief the family of Richard made them know some time ago that his behaviour and what he was exhibiting determines that he is not mentally stable. He said the family told them Richard is mentally retarded but they didn't follow up to do anything concerning treatment and that has led to the unusual killings of these innocent souls. This issue is very critical and sensitive.

Will this new revelation from the chief set Richard free? Well, the case is still in the hands of the police and investigations are still ongoing but the most important part of it is that, it shouldn't be as a yardstick to delay justice. Again, telling Ghanaians that he is mentally incapacitated shouldn't be that because he is not sound, anybody he mentions his or her name must go scot-free but rather scrutinise them thoroughly to churn out what they know about the case through the intelligence of the police. We pray everything goes on successfully so that justice for the dead will prevail.

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