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Mankessim Murder: Other Dug Holes Found At Suspect's Family House [VIDEO]

Family members of accused person, Christopher Ekow Clark Quansah today got shocked to the marrow following the National Intelligence Bureau's (NIB) unawares search carried out at their family house situated in Akwakrom in the Ekumfi Distict, where the suspect is said to own a chieftaincy title as their Tufuhen which unravelled other dug holes, same as the one the discovered body of deceased Georgina Asor Botchway's was found, dug for only God knows what for found inside some rooms belonging to the Chief.

The search follows an intelligence the NIB gathered in connection to the recent murder and the barbaric burial of the aforementioned deceased in Mankessim some two days ago, of which your most reliable news portal, AfricaNewsArenaGh has been keeping you updated.

Nana Clark, as affectionately called in Mankessim and its environs according to some family members in an interview told AfricaNewsArenaGh reporters that upon their attention getting drawn to the holes, when asked the accused why? he told them he's only but digging for gold in these holes found nowhere else than his rooms.


            a snap of one of the holes

Meanwhile, the accused person who together with a self-acclaimed Pastor, Michael Darko Amponsah curried out the barbaric murder and its consequent burial of Georgina Botchway were put before the Cape Coast District Court 2 presided over by Her Lorship Bernice Mensima Ackon today September 22, 2022.

They two however were charged with conspiracy to commit crime to wit murder and murder, in connection to the country's section 46 of the Criminal and Other Offences Act 1980, Act 29, where prosecutor to the case, DSP Daniel Gadzo pleaded with the court to give them some time to conclude their investigations hence the case's adjournment to 4th October, 2022.

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