A communication team member of the opposition party National Democratic Congress, Mr Eric Sosu has asked person's with the assertion that the prime suspect at the centre of the serial murder at Abesim a town in Sunyani is mentally unstable to stop those arguments.
Picture of the alleged Abesim child killer.
Commenting on the issue, Mr Sosu described the incident as gruesome, horrendous and an act that undermines the states security.
According to Mr Sosu, under no instances should anyone assume that the suspected killer is mentally unstable. He suggested that the suspect be executed by hanging or face firing squad if he is found guilty of the crime. picture of the communication team member of NDC.
The political communicator opted for retaliation by saying that, he who kills by the sword must die by the sword, and the suspect must not escape the death sentence.
He went ahead to question those with the thinking that the suspected killer is mentally unstable, he said if would they have said so if their wards were involved as victims Who were killed and chopped into pieces.
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