Kasoa: 2 'sakawa boys' arrested for killing 11-year-old boy for alleged rituals

Kasoa: 2 'sakawa boys' arrested for killing 11-year-old boy for alleged rituals

- Two teenagers have been arrested for allegedly killing an 11-year-old boy for money rituals at Lamptey Mills in Kasoa in the Central Region

- Felix Nyarko, 16 and Nicholas Kene, 17, were apprehended by the Kasoa Divisional Police Command following a distress call about a homicide incident in Lamptey Mills

- The Kasoa Divisional Police Command are yet to comment officially on the incident and arrests

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Two teenagers have been arrested by the Kasoa Divisional Police Command for allegedly killing an 11-year-old boy for money rituals at Lamptey Mills in Kasoa, Central Region.

YEN.com.gh gathers that the suspects, 16 and 17 years old respectively, enticed the 11-year-old boy, only identified as Ishmael, into an uncompleted building and hit him with an object, killing him instantly.

Though the police are yet to confirm details emerging about the incident, there are claims that the suspects were asked by a fetish priest in the Volta Region to bring human parts for rituals, hence the murder.

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The mother of the deceased, Hajia Maame who spoke to Citi News, said that she was completely shocked by the murder of his boy.

The two suspects are assisting in investigations.

Meanwhile, the Kasoa Divisional Police Command are yet to comment officially on the incident and arrests.

This story will be updated as and when more details emerge.

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