The young man believed to be in his late 30s who murdered two elderly men at Wawaase had caused residents to wonder what came over him to commit such a crime. Angel News reported that the man had been working for those he butchered over the weekend and couldn't find a better reason for which the man committed the crime.
A full video of the suspect was taken when he was arrested by residents. The video recording was taken when news broke about how the two elderly men; Opanyin Kwabena Aduagyei, 84, and Opanyin Kwame Kwakyie, 85, were butchered by the suspect on a Saturday noon. The suspect whose name is yet to be mentioned is said to have had a quarrel with the victims over some plantain suckers.
The suspect was tied to a pole and was caused to confess his crime before the police came to pick him up. He showed no remorse for the crime as he offered to justify his actions.
Residents who had witnessed the crime were traumatized and wondered what came over the suspect to butcher the two elder persons in their homes. The agony from the cutlass wounds caused one of the victims to give up the ghost on that very day. The eldest among them [Opanyin Kwame Kwakyie] passed a day after [Sunday 10 October 2021] died while receiving treatment at the local hospital.
The traditional council learning of this crime described it as taboo and performed some rites to appease the souls of the murdered and the gods of the land. The Mamponteng District Police have taken up the matter, and investigations are underway.
Family of the two elderly persons are demanding the state grant them justice. In the meantime, the family is preparing for the funeral rites of the murdered.
The Wawase township is yet to recover from the gruesome murder of these men. What had troubled the minds of residents is the fact that the young man has no mental sickness or history of violence to even have contemplated murder.
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