A taxi driver has been arrested by the police following some revelations he made during a radio interview where he claimed he kills and sells human parts to top Ghanaian politicians.
Felix Ansah, 35 in an interview with Onua FM, an Accra-based radio station, on September 2, 2021, alleged that he had been contracted to kill several people for ritual purposes.
According to the police, Felix Ansah has admitted that he had actually committed the crime in the past where he picks these people up in his taxi, drives to a secluded location and kills these people. He, then, conceals the body and later sells them at a huge fee to top politicians who use it for rituals.
The suspect has currently been put on remand and will appear before the court on Monday, September 13, 2021, for thorough investigations, the police has said.
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Abesim murder: We can no longer eat from chop bars, we are scared of eating human flesh – Abesim residents cry out
Residents of Abesim, a town in the Sunyani Municipality have expressed fear in patronizing local eatery joints popularly called chop bars owing to the prevailing gruesome murders of two teenagers whose bodies were stocked in a fridge by the murderer.
Still traumatized over the news, some residents have said in a new development that they’re frightened of eating at chop bars because they are afraid the meat used in the culinary could be human flesh.
The suspect Richard Appiah after a search in his house by the police was found to be in possession of the bodies of two children, aged 12 and 15.
Pieces of flesh suspected to be human parts were also found stocked in a fridge in his house.