A shocking news item, but it is important to emphasize that the police hasn’t yet confirmed that we’re dealing here with a ritual murder, even though there are indications of ritualistic activities. To be objective, one has to include the possibility that seemingly ritualistic activities such as removing organs or other body parts aim to mislead the investigators and that the perpetrator thus tries to cover up another crime.
As soon as more details will emerge I will inform the reader accordingly.
Woman murdered at Cape Coast, genitals removed
Published: May 14, 2022
BY; Kasaha fmonline
A lady believed to be in her early twenties has been murdered and her genitals removed at Ola, a suburb of Cape Coast in the Central Region Friday night.
The deceased who is suspected to be a student of the Ola College of Education or University of Cape Coast was found lifeless along the road around the College premises.
The Authorities of the Ola College of Education and the University of Cape Coast have not yet confirmed whether the said deceased was a student of any of the schools.
The residents of Ola were thrown into a state of shock after they found the body of the light-skinned lady lying in a pool of blood with several machete wounds on the body near the Ola Catholic Church Stretch.
According to eyewitnesses, initially, they assumed a car had knocked the deceased and the driver escaped but upon getting closer they realized her vagina had been removed with blood oozing from her nose and mouth making them suspect the assailant may have committed that heinous crime for rituals purposes.
An inspection of her body showed that some of her body parts had been removed by her assailants who it is believed cut them for use in rituals.
The Police who were notified of the incident conveyed the body to the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital mortuary.
Meanwhile, the Police have commenced an investigation into the incident.
The family of the deceased is yet to be identified and no arrest has been made.
Source: Kasapafmonline.com/Yaw Boagyan
Source: Woman murdered at Cape Coast, genitals removed