Georgina Botchwey: Body of Missing 'Trainee Nurse' is Found Buried in Chief's Room in Mankessim
- The body of a 25-year-old lady reported as a trainee nurse has been found buried in the room of the Tufohene of Ekumfi Akwakrom in Mankessim in the Central Region
- Georgina Asor Botchwey was reported missing following a nursing interview at Cape Coast in the region
- Her remains were discovered in the chief's room by investigators after a pastor confessed to Botchwey's disappearance
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Georgina Asor Botchwey, a lady who was reported as a missing trainee nurse, has been found dead in the room of the Tufohene of Ekumfi Akwakrom in Mankessim in the Central Region.
Her body was exhumed by a pastor and police investigators on Tuesday, September 20, in the room of the chief.
The deceased, 25, was reported missing after going for a nursing interview at Cape Coast in the region, prompting an investigation by the Ghana Police.
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Pastor's confession leads to dead body
Per 3news, Botchwey was found buried in the chief's room by investigators after the pastor who was complicit in the heinous act confessed.
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The preacher led investigators to the residence of Tufohene of Ekumfi Akwakrom, Nana Crack, and exhumed the remains of the deceased from his room, where she had allegedly been buried for the past three weeks.
The pastor is in the custody of the police in Mankessim after he confessed to aiding the chief in kidnapping, killing, and secretly burying Botchwey in the chief's room.
Chief on the run
The chief, who doubles as president of the Mankessim Traders Association, is on the run.
Speaking on the grisly incident, the Assembly Member of the area, Cephas Arthur, urged the Inspector-General of Police (IGP) to beef up security in Mankessim and its environs.
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He divulged that Botchwey's death adds to more than four such cases only this year.
''This is the fifth occurrence of this kind of incident this year. I’m requesting that the police take care of the Chief and Pastor,'' he said.
The decomposing remains of the victim have been deposited at the mortuary of the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital for autopsy.
Correcting confusing reports
In a phone interview with YEN.com.gh, social media influencer James Annor Tetteh, popularly known as Nana Tea, disclosed that Botchwey was yet to gain admission into nursing school before death.
Several reports had labelled the deceased as a nursing trainee student, but the social media influencer debunked the reports.
''She is not a nurse; she's now entering the school. She just bought the form for the interview. [The media got it wrong],'' he told YEN.com.gh.
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported that the Counter-Terrorism Unit of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) and the Special Services Unit of the Ghana Cocoa Board (Cocobod) have impounded alleged smuggled fertilisers.
The coordinated operation by the two institutions led to the confiscation of 15 trucks loaded with alleged smuggled cocoa fertilisers.
The joint team discovered Fertagro Ghana Limited, a warehouse and a factory, where the smuggled fertilisers were being repackaged.
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