I want to confess; JB Danquah’s ghost is tormenting me - Alleged killer

I want to confess; JB Danquah’s ghost is tormenting me - Alleged killer

-The suspected killer of J.B Danquah-Adu has revealed that the ghost of the former MP keeps haunting him

- According to him, he wants to speak the truth so that the case would be over

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The suspected killer of former Member of Parliament for Abuakwa-North, J.B Danquah-Adu, has revealed that the ghost of the former MP keeps tormenting him in prison.

According to a GraphicOnline report, Daniel Asiedu told the Accra High Court that he could not sleep because the ghost of the MP has been constantly tormenting him.

Speaking in a court presided over by Justice Lydia Osei Marfo, the suspected killer indicated that some people contracted him to kill the MP and paid him GHC20,000 and promised to get him out of prison after one year.

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“I can’t sleep so I want to speak the truth so that this case will be over," he told the court.

According to him, the people who contracted him to commit the atrocious crime failed to go by the agreement as they have decided to let him down.

Daniel Asiedu, however, claimed the second accused person, Vincent Bosso, was not part of the alleged plot to kill the MP.

“He is innocent and he should not be here,” he said.

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YEN.com.gh earlier reported the widow of the late JB Danquah Adu saying she believes her husband's death was masterminded by some powerful forces of the New Patriotic Party (NPP).

In an open letter, Ivy Heward-Mills alleged that her late husband was very aware that his life was in danger.

The content of her letter revealed some unknown suspicions there were about the cold murder of the member of parliament.

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