These days, the issues of kidnapping and ritual killings of children has been on the rise across some part of the country. And it has made those places very insure and brought fear into the residents.
This evening, it has been reported by Angel Fm’s evening news dubbed “3some news” that a 27 years old “okada” rider called Santo has been arrest for kidnapping two children at Abofour in the Offinso municipality in the Ashanti region.
According to report, this Santo has been behind the recent kidnappings in the area and he usually demand huge amounts of money from his victims. And he does that new sites, where people are not many there. So today being a market day, the people caught him with two children tied up in a sack in his tricycle.
What do you think of these recent happenings across the country and what should be done to this man, so that others will be afraid to do that? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.
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