- Fresh information about the ritual killing in Kasoa has popped up
- It has been revealed that the two accused teenagers initially wanted to kidnap him before proceeding with the ritual
- They wanted to demand a ransom of GH¢5,000 in addition to his body for the ritual as directed by the spiritualist
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Fresh information reaching YEN.com.gh with regards to the recent Kasoa ritual killing involving two teenagers has emerged.
According to the prosecutor, Chief Inspector Ernest Agbo, the teenagers initially wanted to kidnap him to demand a ransom of GH¢5,000, before proceeding with the ritual.
In their first appearance in court, the prosecutor said the accused Felix and Nicholas had planned to take the money and add Ishmael, the deceased, to it to present to a spiritualist for rituals.
"The accused initially planned to kidnap deceased Ishmael and demand ransom of GH¢5,000 from his mother, which they would add to send him for the rituals,” the prosecutor said.
The prosecutor said for some time now, Felix had been watching TV channels that entertained mallams and other spiritualists to promote their prowess in making people instant millionaires.
Meanwhile, the Ofaakor District Magistrate Court has remanded into police custody the two teenagers who allegedly killed the 10-year-old boy last Saturday at Coca-Cola, near Lamptey Mills in Kasoa.
The two suspects, Felix Nyarko, 15, and Nicholas King, 18 on Saturday, April 3, lured and killed a 10-year-old.
Their remand is to allow the police to conduct more investigations into the matter. The court was presided over by Her Worship, Mrs. Rosemond Vera Ocloo.
In other news, a policeman has killed a 10-year-old girl on the Ntankoful-Anaji Highway in the Western Region.
The policeman whose name was given as Owusu was driving a private car and was reportedly chasing the driver of an alleged unlicensed vehicle.
According to a report filed by 3news, the vehicle the policeman was driving reportedly lost control in the process of chasing the unlicensed vehicle and smashed a tipper truck.
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