The woman in her forties who was on Wednesday dragged to the Adabraka police station for allegedly selling human parts as meat has been freed.
The police released her after laboratory tests on the meat established that it was not human meat, according to a report by Accra-based Rainbow Radio.
The woman had been assaulted by some traders at the Adabraka Fish Market who accused her of selling the meat in a tray.
She was later taken to the police station.
The woman, according to a Citi FM report, confessed that she was sent by a pastor to sell the meat as rituals.
“She confessed that it is human meat and that her pastor gave it to her to perform some rituals. The women think she cannot perform such ritual at the market so they dragged her to the Police station,” Citi FM quoted a market woman as saying.