Sad news that hit the territory of Kasoa over the days has now gained another recognition as the parent of the murdered Boy storms the court today with the latest allegations against the suspected murderers.
The news was that two teenagers murdered a 10-year-old boy by the name of Ishmael. This day the parent and relatives of Ishmael visit the court with two claims.
According to them, the court is too slow on the the case and they need to act fast so as they can curb the situations so such teenagers to be used as a escape goat for other to learn Lessons.
They again added that, the suspected murderers manipulated their ages since they want to swerve the wrath of the Law.
The parent of Ishmael added that, Nicholas Kani is 18 year and not 17 years.
Base on this, the court has set a new date for the case are they are yet to investigate about the ages of the teenagers so that, the appropriate punishment can be pronounced on them.
This is very sad and it call for critical investigation for the right punishment or sentence to be pronounce unto the two suspected murders.
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