Hajia Maame: Mother of 11-year-old boy killed for alleged rituals speaks for the first time
- The mother of slain 11-year-old Ishmael Mensah, Hajia Maame Sahadatu, has given a narration about how she was informed about her son's murder
- She disclosed that she was taking a nap when her son's elder sister came to break the news about her brother's demise
- The bereaved mother spoke to Citi News
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Hajia Maame Sahadatu, the mother of an 11-year-old boy who was gruesomely killed by two teenagers for rituals in Kasoa in the Central Region, has recounted how she got to know about her son's murder.
The bereaved mother disclosed that the elder sister of slain 11-year-old Ishmael Mensah came to break the heart-rending news to her.
Speaking in an interview, Sahadatu told Citi News amid tears that she was shocked by her son's demise.
''They (Ismael and his sister) go to Islamic school on Saturdays, but he was home because his father had returned from a trip. He was playing a game outside on his laptop while I was taking a nap,'' she said.
''His sister came running to me to tell me his brother had been killed. The police were informed and they came to the scene. My son has wrong no one,'' she added.
The two suspects behind the killing of the 11-year-old boy at Lamptey Mills in Kasoa, Central Region have been arrested by the Kasoa Divisional Police Command.
The teenage boys, 16 and 17 years old respectively, are assisting the police with investigations.
Meanwhile, the Kasoa Divisional Police Command are yet to confirm details about the incident and arrests.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported Ghanaian international fashion icon, Nana Akua Addo, has given her fans a glimpse into her romantic life as she shares a cuddly video creating a beautiful memory with her husband.
The mother of two adorable girls has posted a video having fun with her husband, which has racked in thousands of views on social media.
The videos which lasted less than a minute shows the renowned fashionista and her hubby holding each other tight, nonverbally communicating that they'd not let go of each other.
In other news, a 14-year-old girl only known as Raminatu has been married off to 42-year-old Alhaji Faruk in an Islamic traditional marriage in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region.
Child marriage is prohibited under the 1992 constitution of Ghana, thus by law, any person under the age of 18 is a child and can therefore not marry or be married off.
But there are claims that Raminatu is 21 and not 14 years old.
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