The article below focuses on the gruesome murder of two police officers in Ghana which is not the subject of this website. However, in the article the Ghanaian Chief of Gomoa Budumburam, Nana Kojo Essel II, mentions that on a daily basis, dead bodies with missing parts are found on the streets of the area. He stated that “I have to bury dead bodies abandoned in the area. Most of the corpses have missing body parts, obviously they use them for ritual purposes.”
Unfortunately, more details are lacking but I found his statement worrying and interesting enough to report it here. As soon as more details will be known, I will inform the readers accordingly (webmaster FVDK).
Published: August 30, 2019
The Chief of Gomoa Budumburam, Nana Kojo Essel II, cried out about what he said is a persistent armed robbery attack, a situation which he said had imposed a ‘curfew’ on them.
The area allocated to Liberian refugees, he disclosed, is now a haven for all manner of criminals.
Speaking on Adom FM yesterday, he said, “We are at our wit’s end as to what to do following the murder of the two police officers in the area.”
He said on a daily basis, dead bodies with missing parts are sometimes found on the streets of the area saying, “I have to bury dead bodies abandoned in the area. Most of the corpses have missing body parts, obviously they use them for ritual purposes,” he bemoaned. (italics added by the webmaster FVDK)
The Liberian camp, he pointed out, is a dreaded area after 6:00pm.
“The police are even afraid to go there because these armed robbers, mostly Ghanaians, have taken over the camp,” he indicated.
“The location has outlived its usefulness and must be demolished,” Nana Kojo Essel added.
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