Fetish priest, 21, kills his twin over money at Breman Bekoso

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Fetish priest, 21, kills his twin over money at Breman Bekoso
Fetish priest, 21, kills his twin over money at Breman Bekoso

A 21 years old fetish priest who’s a twin has murdered his twin brother over money at Breman Bekoso in the Ajumako Enyan Essiam District of the Central Region.

Information gathered by Kasapa FM’s Yaw Boagyan suggest that the twins have both been working together as fetish priests for some time now.

Atta Kakra, the younger of the twins is said to have stolen his elder brother’s phone and succeeded in retrieving money from his mobile money account.

Atta Panyin after noticing that money had been withdrawn from his wallet, questioned his junior brother as he suspected him. Tempers then flared up resulting in a scuffle. In the process, Atta Panyin got hold of a pickaxe and tried to pierce his brother.

But the younger twin, struggled and succeeded in wrestling the pickaxe from Atta Panyin and butchered him several times.

He died instantly.

The body of Atta Panyin has been sent to Cape Coast Hospital while Atta Kakra is at Ajumako Police Station for investigation.

Meanwhile the Ajumako Enyan Essiam Police Commander Chief Supt. Sabaliko Alhassan who confirmed the case stated that investigation has begun, adding that the suspect will be arraigned

Source: kasapafmonline.com

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