Chief who allegedly aided pastor to kidnap, sexually assault and kill aspiring trainee nurse arrested
The primary suspect in the murder of a 22-year-old aspiring trainee nurse in Mankessim has been apprehended.
The Tufuhen of Ekumfi Akwakrom in the Central Region was apprehended at his hideaway in Akwa Krom in the Ekumfi District.
This was after a preacher admitted to assisting him in kidnapping, killing, and secretly burying the lady.
Nana Clark Onyaa was detained by the Mankessim District Police Command and sent to the Regional Police Command in Cape Coast to help with investigations.
The pastor and police detectives unearthed Georgina Asor Botchwey’s body on Tuesday in the chamber of Nana Clark Onyaa, the chief who is the Tufuhen of Ekumfi Akwakrom.
According to accounts, the chief and his accomplice kidnapped the nurse after engaging in sexual practices with her. The chief is also the head of the Mankessim Traders Association.
She was then murdered and buried in one of the chief’s rooms.
In Cape Coast, the preacher was apprehended and acknowledged to the crime.
He then took the cops to the chief’s house, where the victim’s body was unearthed.
The victim’s body was buried about three weeks ago, according to reports.
Along with the corpse, the victim’s purse, shoes, and other belongings were discovered in the chief’s residence.