Police arrests criminals for selling human head at Kumasi

Police arrests criminals for selling human head at Kumasi

- Two men plotting to sell a human head at Kumasi have been arrested

- These men had killed and severed the head of a 6-year-old boy

- Police arrested then just when they were about handing the head to a spiritualist

Police officials in Kumasi have arrested two persons suspected to have killed a 6-year-old boy and sold his severed head to a ritualist at a cost of 2500 cedis.

Reports from Yen.com.gh show that the suspects include a 21-year-old man called Vikuriba Joe who was arrested on his way to selling the head of the boy to a mallam at Sokoban Ampeyoo in Kumasi.

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YEN.com.gh is gathering that the suspected criminals picked the deceased who had gone out to watch a video game with his twin sister at Suame at about 7 p.m on Wednesday few minutes before a Champion's League match between Tottenham Hotspurs and Juventus.

The arrest by the police officials follows government's resolve to fight crime head-on. This move has seen the deployment of a joint police-military force across the major roads in the country.

President Akufo-Addo in his independence day speech has revealed that the fight against crime will be intensified across the country and that there will be no resting place.

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So far, Ghana has been ticked as one of the countries with the worst security in the world with issues of daylight armed robbery and cyber crime.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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