We Have Killed A Pregnant Woman Apart From Ishmael - Boy Tells Court

We Have Killed A Pregnant Woman Apart From Ishmael - Boy Tells Court



The first accused person in the case of the Kasoa ritual murder has made a startling revelation that apart from killing 10 year old Ishmael Mensah Abdullah, they have also killed a pregnant woman some time past. Though he did not give the exact date to the court, the 15 year old said this was also not the first time they have killed


somebody. On the day when they were committed to stand trial for murder at the High Court, the 15 year old said, he did that with Nicholas Kwame Kani, 18 yrs. But, Nicholas Kwame Mensah has denied his involvement in the whole incident too. I and Nicholas have both killed a pregnant woman in the past but not in this case. We all



have killed a pregnant woman before. If Nicholas said he won’t tell the truth, I will speak the truth  he told the court. He told the Kaneshie District Court presided over too by Her Worship Rosemond Douduaa Agyiri that, the ghost of the 10  year old Ishmael has been tormenting him to speak the truth else he would also be killed. The



Kaneshie District Court committed the two boys alleged to have murdered a 10 year old boy for ritual at Kasoa to stand murder trial at the High Court. This was after the Prosecution led by Nana Adoma Osei filed a new Bill of Indictment (BI) to the court on the Monday. A juvenile offender Felix Nyarko, 15, and Nicolas Kwake Kani, 18,



have been officially charged for the murder of a 10 year old Ishmael Mensah Abdullah on April 2, 2021. As part of material list of evidence (exhibits) attached to the BI are club and pick up, a shovel, a spade, also pieces of cement blocks, samples of soil with blood of where the incident happened, and pictures of all the exhibits. Also



Also in the BI were investigation cautioned statements obtained from the accused persons, the post mortem examination report, and picture of the deceased among others. They are also to appear at the High Court on the September 20 for trial.