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Kasoa Killing: Heartbreaking Video Of Ishmael’s Body Arriving From The Mortuary

The video captures Ishmael being taken out of the ambulance as tears flow the moment he was being conveyed into his home.
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A video of the body of Ishmael Mensa’s body arriving from the morgue for burial pops up on social media.

The video captures Ishmael being taken out of the ambulance as tears flow the moment he was being conveyed into his home.

The sudden death of Ishmael was caused by two teenage boys who reportedly murdered him in an uncompleted building for money rituals.

The two boys identified as Nicholas Kiki and Felix Nyarko, 16 and 18 respectively were arrested after the incident was reported to the police. According to the boys, they planned on using Ishmael for money rituals.

The boys confessed to the crime by saying they saw a spiritualist on TV and they decided to call to know the requirements which they were told to bring some human parts and a sum of GHC5,000.

They revealed that the spiritualist promised them wealth and power after they have able to meet the demands.

Initially, they revealed that their plan was to kidnap Ishmael and demand for a ransom from his family and after it has been paid, they will kill him for the rituals.

However, the said spiritualist has been arrested by the police for interrogation as investigation continues.

The two suspects, however, were arrested and arraigned for court on April 6, 2021, where they were remanded into police custody for two weeks to reappear in court on April 20.

Ngnews247.com

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