A 45-year-old self-acclaimed evangelist is in the grasps of the police after he was gotten with human parts at Buoku Nkwanta in the Wenchi district of the Bono Region.
Evangelist Elijah, as he is brought in the area, was captured upon a clue a dubious by an occupant of his proclaiming exercises.
As per Hon Musah, the suspect lives alone on the edge of the local area, he comes to teach and returns to rest at night.
"A security with a quarry organization alert me of his doubt of the nighttime exercises of a minister, we continued to his home, and a modern day miracle, we saw human parts being dried on his compound," he said.
"In the organization of the town older folks, we got hold of him, advised him to open his entryway, and amazingly, we found other human parts in polythene sacks and on the floor," Hon Musah added.
Evangelist Elijah prevented information from getting the human parts while addressed, saying he had no clue about the being human parts.
Police from the Chiraa Police Station in the Sunyani West area of the Bono Region were quickly required his capture.
Further checks led in his room tracked down sets of scissors, cleavers, pens, jackknifes, and other destructive weapons.
A 23-year-old Senior secondary School graduate, referred to just as Faisal, a companion to the evangelist was likewise captured by the police to aid the examination.
One more check by the police and the occupants at Buoku Nkwanta Cemetery likewise found that a burial chamber has been broken and uncovered a body.
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