A woman who is called Maame Adwoa has finally opened up on why she wanted to kill her son. In a press briefing which was granted by the Meduma Police Department reported on Adom FM news, the police department disclosed that they were informed by citizens around the community when they realized that Maame Adwoa wanted to kill his son at the bank of a river. Immediately they were informed by the good citizens of the Meduma community, the y quickly went to the river bank and saw the woman wrestling with his 12 years old son.
Police arrested her and bring her to the Meduma police station in order to find out why she wanted to kill her son. The woman in an interrogation by the police disclosed that it was the holy spirit that inspired her to sacrifice her son. She added that it wasn't on her own accord to kill her son but under the influence of the holy spirit living in her. What do you think of what the woman is saying? Kindly leave your comments, share and follow us for more updates. Thank you.
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