The revelations and controversies surrounding the young man identified as Richard Appiah who was arrested at Alaska Junction near Abesim in Sunyani is getting more serious day in and out. Richard Appiah was allegedly killing many children and storing their bodies in refrigerator.
The reactions from many Ghanaians as he was initially arrested was that, he should be sent to prison without sending him to court.
There is fresh trouble for Richard Appiah as recent people reacting to his case are suggesting that, he doesn't deserve to be in court or prison, because the government will be wasting our taxes to feed him in prison. Emphasizing that, he should be killed instantly as he did to those children. See the reaction below;
"He doesn't deserve court or prison, we can't waste our taxes feeding him. He should be killed after revealing those behind his operations. Ghana have tolerated this for so long, it's time we send message to this criminals."
People are of the view that Ghana has been tolerating criminals for so long, and that we should bring death penalty in our legal system so that it put fear in the criminals. What do you also think about it? Leave your opinions and comments below and share, don't forget to follow my page for more updates.
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