What at all is happening in Ghana? In fact, the rate at which crime is being committed in this country is becoming alarming. And silly as it may sound, they all claim to be mad. Mental disease is not new in this country. There have always been around us. Therefore, what has changed for all mentally challenged guys in Ghana to be killing, cutting human body and keeping them in their rooms?
Just when the case of the 28-year-old Richard Gyamfi of Abesim is yet to fully unravel, another one from Assin has added up to statistics. This time around, this man is 27 years old and he is called Agya Nsuo. Agya Nsuo, now in the grips of Assin Praso Police Command, is a residence of Assin Bereku. Human skulls were reported found in his room.
Why would a mad man kill and keep the body parts of a human being? This is not what a mentally challenged person will do for fun. It is high time Ghana and its authorities pay heed to this menace that is going on. The level of ritually inclined killings by some youths in the country to get whatever (power or money) is ridiculous and problematic. There is no way all these murder cases are going on for madness purposes only.
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