Host of the Seat show on NET2 Television, Kwaku Annan has provided some fresh leads for the police about ritual killings in Abesim and Sunyani areas. In his latest revelation into the secret operations of ritual killers in the Bono Region, Kwaku Annan said it would be appropriate for the Ghana Police Service to begin a search in public toilets across the Sunyani township.
According to him, these places of convenience are major dumping sites for human remains from the ritualistic operations of these criminals. He explained that the majority of ritual killers in the enclave find the public toilets to be a suitable place to cover up for their criminal activities such that they cannot be traced.
Kwaku Annan emphasized that his intelligence is solid and must be pursued by the police investigative department if they truly want to put an end to these criminal activities. He reiterated that Ghanaians will be dismayed about the evidence the police will uncover if they follow up on his hint.
He noted that it is not within his power to dictate to the police what must be done about this case but following up on his lead will be a major breakthrough in unraveling the mystery about ritual killings in the Bono Region. The presenter added that there is more about the ritual killings and Richard Appiah who is currently in the custody of the police for the killing of three teenagers in Abesim.
"I am not the one to tell you what you have to do. But I am only giving you leads. You must get serious in Sunyani," he clarified.
Caution To The Police
Kwaku Annan charged the police not to narrow their search to Abesim, adding that there are far more threatening situations in Techiman areas. According to him the hinterland in that township is a host to devious crimes and cannibalism.
He cautioned the police against holding up to information of public interest associated with the case, adding that he has more information on some persons who are complicit in this crime.
"Trace to Techiman too. In the hinterlands, it is even scarier. Don't try to cover up. Bring those names out for Ghanaians before it gets too late. I don't want to take the wind out of the sail," he emphasized.
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