Man arrested for soliciting help of mortuary man for human partsA man who is believed to be in his 30s is in the grips of the Sekondi police for attempting to acquire human parts from a mortuary man in exchange for money.
The mortuary man tells Nhyiraba Paa Kwesi Simpson the man who was in a Twin city Radio branded yellow lacoste approched him, last Friday morning around 10 am at the Effia Nkwanta.
Morgue and requested for hair of a corpse and water that has been used to bath a corpse in exchange of any amount. The mortuary man who was very surprised feigned interest and alerted the mortuary supervisor who arrested the suspect and handed him over to the Sekondi Police.
In his caution statement, the suspect admitted his offence but claimed it was a spiritualist whom he mentioned as an alhaji who sent him.
The Mortuaryman, Christopher Dadzie spoke with Nhyiraba Paa Kwesi Simpson.
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