Taxi driver busted after admitting on live TV that he killed people for rituals
The Ghana Police Service has commenced investigations into claims by one Felix Ansah, a 35-year-old taxi driver that he has killed many people for rituals.
The taxi driver made the confession on Accra based Onua TV on September 2, 2021.
Following his admission of the alleged commission of such acts, Ansah has been arrested to assist the Police in investigations.
According to the police in a statement, the taxi driver will be put before court on Monday, September 13, 2021, to be placed on remand for thorough investigations into the allegations to continue.
Meanwhile, The Ghana police has promised to update the public on the matter involving the Taxi driver and related matters.
Heads of the three Royal Gates in Prampram have petitioned the Police hierarchy to provide them with adequate security during and after the 16th September 2021 hearing of a petition at the Greater Accra Regional House of Chiefs at Dodowa.
The petition is challenging the legality of one Quarcoopome Parker, a claimant to the Prampram Paramountcy.
The Elders’ petition to the Regional Police Command follows intelligence report which indicates that some hired assassins will be laying ambush to attack them on their way to Dodowa just like how the former Mankralo was murdered 3 years ago.
Mankralo of Prampram, Nene Atsure Bentah was killed in similar fashion by some hired assassin when he was returning from a hearing on the same matter at the Regional House of Chiefs in Dodowa.
The late Nene Atsure Bentah before his assassination in 2018, had warned against attempt to install a new chief. The Mankralo who had given the directive before travelling out of the country was met with a surprise on his return with the alleged installation of one Quarcoopome Parker as the chief of the area.
The elders say based on the latest security intelligence being picked up ahead of the 16th September hearing in the case between the said Quarcoopome Parker and the 3 Royal Gates who are challenging his legality, heads of the three royal gates namely Abbey/ Doku Mansro We, Tetteh Dzan Larbi Agbo We, Kwei Opletu We, who fear a repetition of the 2018 murder, have called for armed police escort during and after the hearing at the House of Chiefs.
They believe the faction that instigated the murder of the late Mankralo are behind the latest ploy to ambush elders of the three royal gates, who would be attending the Dodowa hearing.
In view of this, the Stool Father of the Prampram Paramountcy Numo Osabu Abbey IV together with his kingmakers also hold the view that, there’s no King for the area, hence the security apparatus and that of the regional Chieftaincy body should do all they can to ensure that a new king is enstooled in October as planned.