JUST IN: Chief linked to murder of prospective student nurse at Mankessim has died
According to Onuaonline sources, Tufuhene of Akwakrom in Ekumfi, Nana Clark, who has been accused of murdering the 25-year-old prospective nursing student, Georgina Aso Botchwey, has died in police custody.
Nana Clark apparently ingested a toxic drug when he realized his arrest was likely, according to our sources.
According to report, he died on Saturday afternoon.
Nana Clark was the Tufuhene of Akwakrom in Ekumfi and the President of the Mankessim Traders Association.
Nana was on trial alongside his accomplice for the murder and burial of Georgina in a private flat.
Pastor Michael Darko, the man accused of selling the young lady to the Tufuhene of Akwakrom in Ekumfi, Nana Clark, was charged with conspiracy to commit a crime, namely murder, and murder contrary to section 46 of the Criminal and Offences Acts 1980, Act 29, and was brought before the Cape Coast District Magistrate Court presided over by her worship Bernice Mensima Ackon.
An uncle of the deceased, Joseph Dade, had told Onua New’s Kwame Asante his niece was picked up from the interview scene at Ankaful by Pastor Darko on September 9, 2022 where she had gone for a nursing admission interview.
The uncle added the two had called and demanded a ransom from the family to make a search for the young lady when an announcement of her missing came to the public.
Nana Clark, was the Tufohene of Ekumfi Akwakrom and also President for the Mankessim Traders Association
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