Michael Ekow Clarke Quansah, a suspected murderer and the Tufuhen of Ekumfi Akwakrom in the Central Region, has directed the police to exhume two bodies of people he is thought to have slain and buried.
On Thursday, October 20, 2022, in the late evening, police and national security personnel brought the suspect in handcuffs to his Mankessim home, where he murdered and buried Georgina Asor Botchwey, a 25-year-old prospective nursing student.
When they arrived at his chamber, the cops dug a trench and exhumed another body that was already decomposing.
Though this time the Police forbade reporters from approaching the crime site or taking pictures, they later learned that something that seemed to be a human body wrapped in a police body bag was transported from the room into the ambulance van.
Anomabo is located in the same Mfantseman Municipality, and earlier, Nana Clark and his sidekick Pastor Michael Darko took the police officers there to exhume a body from a bush after the suspect is thought to have killed and buried it there.
The excavated body from Anomabo was similarly completely decayed.
The Cape Coast Teaching Hospital Mortuary later received the two bodies.
The Suspect will return to court on November 8, 2022, before the Cape Coast High Court.