An eye witness captured a bizarre way through a small hole during a night because he was terrified, according to Kofi Adoma Nwanwanii on Angel Fm this evening. At Gomoah Eshiam, Paul Adobaw was joined by his wife and a prophetess named Ama Nkansah. The prophetess warned the parents that their child was an evil spirit, and that the only way to get rid of him was to bury him alive, according to sources.
Later that morning, the eyewitness asked Paul Adobaw what they were doing in the back of the house, and he was told they were only practicing a ceremony. When the eyewitness arrived at the crime scene, he discovered that their one-and-half baby was buried alive.
Unfortunately, the child died of asphyxia and heat exhaustion. The prophetess, on the other hand, has fled to her heels and is being pursued by the police.
This type of story used to be common during the old days. It has been abolished long time ago because of civilization.
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