Ghana Police has been begged for Richard Appiah to be killed tomorrow without hesitation.
Man identified as Kwesi reacting on UTV's morning show 'Adekye Nsroma' today to Richard Appiah murder, begged Ghana Police that, Richard Appiah to be killed tomorrow, because no lawyer even wants to defend him in court.
According to Kwesi, pleading for Richard Appiah to be killed tomorrow by the police, he stated that with this red handed evidence, there is no need to send him to court and acquire a lawyer to defend him.
"Ghana Police we beg you, you should make sure that, Richard Appiah to be killed tomorrow without hesitation. That will be a proper justice for the kids. Ghana should not spend time and money taking it to court with this evidence before them. No wonder no lawyer wants to stand in and defend him at Kaneshie Court. Ghana Police please we beg you kill him so the parents will see that, their children didn't die in vain." Ghana Police begged by Kwesi.
Even though he has accepted guilty of all the crimes don't you think he is doing that to cover the allegedly big men behind his operations? I think it will be unfair for Richard Appiah to be killed tomorrow without mentioning all his accomplices, his face even looks innocent.
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