A lot of revelations coming out from the Abesim killing is a mind blowing. The families of the teenagers who's children are allegedly killed by Appiah Richard in Abesim have raised a suspicion about the suspect as been a serial killer. According to the family Appiah Richard has shown an innocent behavior when their children got missing. From the family of the victim, Richard was the one leading them to search these children in order to keep his environment from being search by the people in the vicinity.
A carpenter leaving in the vicinity has shared a shocking story which has amazed a lot of people. The carpenter who leave close to Appiah Richard said he saw Stephen Sarpong a victim who is suspected to have been killed by Appiah in Richard's compound holding coca-cola and a bottle of water. The man told that was the day before the news that Sarpong is missing. He said he was shocked after hearing the news because none of the residents suspected him to be criminal.
The family of the victim said after seeing uniforms, underwear and panties in his compound suggest he killed many children. Though the Ghana Police Service are under a serious investigation into the matter.
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