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The heartbreaking incident that witnessed the gruesome murder of three innocent victims at Abesim in the Bono region has been causing massive stir, debates and arguments across all social media platforms as the bereaved families are still traumatized to witness the lifeless bodies of their respective relatives.
The Acting Inspector General of Police, Dr George Akufo Dampare alongside some members of the police management team has undoubtedly put all measured in place to help seek justice for the bereaved as aside providing psychological support amongst others to the bereaved families.
Since the heartbreaking news popped up, lots of Ghanaians especially citizens of Abesim in the Bono region have expressed numerous worries about their safety and security whilst counting on the Acting Inspector General of Police yo come to their aid.
There has been lots of serious allegations concerning the gruesome murder of the three victims by the prime suspect, Richard Appiah as lots of individuals in the community have come out to share their respective concerns and opinions on the heartbreaking incident.
With respect to this, a popularly known carpentry shop owner whose shop sits a few meters from the crime scene has boldly come out to share his thoughts on the alarming issues whilst recounting how he lost his son a month ago prior to the heartbreaking incident.
Mr Kwaku Nyamekye, who is a popular carpenter broke down in tears whilst narrating the heartbreaking incident.
Mr Kwaku Agyemang alleged that, the fridge storage killer might be behind the disappearance of his teenage son, Kingsley Boakye Danquah.
”My son have been missing for a month and I have heard about the discovery of bodies in that house. That is why I want to get close to the police to find out if my boy has fallen victim to this guy. I know for sure that, he might have killed him as well”, Mr Kwaku Nyamekye emphatically stated.
Do you think the suspect, Richard Appiah could be behind the disappearance of Mr Kwaku Nyamekye’s teenage son, Kingsley Boakye Danquah considering the recent murder cases in Abesim?
Let’s know your thoughts in the comment section below.
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