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Wednesday, August 25, 2021

MAN ARRESTED FOR MURDER AND DISCOVERY OF HUMAN HEADS STUFFED IN HIS ICE CHEST IN GHANA

 



The Ghana Police Service have captured a mainstream footballer and sports reporter in the Sunyani Municipality called Richard Gyamfi Popularly known as " Fire Man" for supposed homicide. A Search in his room by the police saw three cut off Human Heads stuffed in his ice chest. 


The dad of one of the expired casualties, Mr Thomas Agyei clarified that the footballer Reportedly tricked his child, 13 years of age Louis Agyemang Junior from a football park at Sunyani Abesim into his room and killed him. 


The kid who is a twin had passed on to the recreation center for football preparing. 




In the evening, endeavors to follow the little fellow demonstrated worthless. One of his companions called Tweneboa educated the guardians them that they saw him in the organization of the games analyst and footballer "Fire fighter". 


At the point when they moved toward him, he denied seeing the kid completely. That gave the guardians some doubt on the grounds that Tweneboa actually demanded that the two were seen strolling together in the early evening. 


A visit to the House of the games pundit saw one of his entryways locked. After cross examination, he disclosed that the keys to the room has gotten absent. 




The Angry guardians accumulated a few " Area young men" to break into the room just to discover the group of Louis Agyemang Junior lying postrate without a second thought with his head cut away. 


The region young men jumped on "Fire fighter" and gave him some hot beating before he was given over to the Sunyani Abesim Police. A Search by the police found person body parts in a sack. In his ice chest, he had three human heads including that of Louis Agyemang. The Abesim Police have likewise given him over to the Bono Regional Police order for additional examinations. 


The three human heads and the assemblage of Louis Agyemang Junior has been kept, best case scenario, Care Mortuary at Mantukwa in the Sunyani West Municipality.

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