The sorrow of Ghanaians has heightened as one victim of the famous Abessim ritual murder was to be laid to rest. From afar, one could accurately describe the level of sadness that accompanied the last mourning of the fifteen-year-old from the colour of their mourning attire.
Family members, sympathizers and other concerned neighbors well soaked in tears and suddened with the manner in which the young boy, Stephen Sarpong was gruesomely murdered.
The unlawful circumstances that led to his untimely demise led to the arrest of the man, Richard Appiah who is believed to be behind the death of the young boy. This necessitated a strong security investigation to be concluded before he could be buried. That is why his burial took some time to allow for proper test to be done on his remains to assertain that he was really killed by the said young man.
But after the police investigated the issue and the body was released for burial, some saddened Ghanaians are raining insults on Richard Appiah, the allegedly murderer. Some are of the view that the nest punishment to be given to Richard Appiah is to make sure he suffers similarly pains he has been inflicting on others until he also dies.
Others too have left Richard Appiah in the hands of the deceased to be dealt with in the spritual realms. "His gentle soul will fight Richard Appiah wherever he is. May his soul rest in peace"
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