Metro TV Journalist Ghanaman Wofase Nana Akwasi Addo has reported a heinous crime at Cape Coast in Ghana's Central Region. A 20-year-old woman was discovered dead with her private parts and tongue removed. Residents of Cape Coast and its vicinity are said to be terrified of the situation.
However, the circumstances surrounding the lady's murder remain unknown. Many people, however, suspect ritual killing. The journalist was very troubled by the occurrence of inexplicable deaths in the neighbourhood.
The Cape Coast Police Department is still investigating the crime to determine if they can apprehend and prosecute the culprits. Many others were horrified and saddened by the news. This is because they fail to see why a talented young lady could be murdered in such a heartbreaking manner. You can watch the scene by clicking on the link below. Viewers discretion is advised.
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