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Kasoa Ritual Murder: Case adjourned to February 14

Kasoa Ritual Murder: Case adjourned to February 14
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By Beatrice Oppon

One of the two teenage boys charged with the murder of a ten year old boy at Kasoa for alleged ritual purposes has claimed innocent of the crime.

The eighteen-year-old accused Nicholas Kani has denied accusations that he planned with his accomplice who is a juvenile to visit a fetish priest to seek spiritual powers and and also acquire wealth.

The two allegedly killed Ishmael Mensah Abdallah on April 3, 2021 after luring him to an uncompleted building at Kasoa Coca Cola in the Central Region.

They are alleged to have hit the deceased with a cement block leading to his death. Nicholas said the testimony of the other accused person confessing to the crime and linking him to it is false.

The two reportedly spent the night together a day before the incidence. During cross-examination Nicholas rejected accusations that on the said Friday when they spent the night together, they discussed how to seek spiritual help because life was difficult.

He said he only informed the other accused person of his plans to trave to his home town for the Easter festivities.

The Prosecutor Nana Adoma Osei pointed out to him that in his caution statement he stated that he will send the other accused person to his home town in the Volta Region if a spiritualist in Amasaman is unable to help them.

She put it to Nicholas that he actually planned with his accomplice and that was not the first time he had planned to kill someone and successfully did so. The accused once again denied and challenged the prosecutor to provide any evidence to support the allegation.

The trial has been adjourned to February 14.

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