T’di Kidnappers Into Human Blood Rituals
The two men suspected to have kidnapped three girls at Takoradi in the Western Region are apparently involved in a form of rituals that require human blood, THE NEW PUBLISHER has gathered.
The two, Samuel Udoetuk Wills and John Oji, had discussed how to meet a spiritualist at shrines for the said rituals which would involve human blood.
The two had the chat on their Facebook Messenger but did not delete the conversation and it got unraveled during investigations after their arrest.
Portions of the now leaked chats between the two showed one was telling the other of a dreaded spiritualist who was an expert in money rituals but would need human blood.
“He does wonders here. Anywhere you are he can command money for you. When are you coming over”, one of the chats read.
Another one also read: “He’s saying that that if you get the money you will come and thank him. But you have to buy items. He is asking me if you have your own private room. Weytin you won use do the Selina na HUMAN BLOOD”
According to Chief State Attorney Patience Klinogo their interaction was detected on the mobile phone of the second accused, John Oji, after Police arrested him on 4th June, 2019 at Aflao around the Ghana-Togo border.
“Facebook chats from his mobile phone between A1 and A2 revealed coded language on kidnapping and blood sacrifice as well as discussions on drugs which could be administered to victims to stupor,” she said.
Continuing her statement to the Sekondi High Court, she also revealed various mobile phone numbers that were traced to the two accused persons after they used them to receive money from victims’ relations.
“On 6th June 2019, John Oji, in his investigation caution statement stated that he came from Nigeria to Takoradi in the first week of December 2018 to see Sam Udoetuk Wills, who is the first accused, upon invitations from him. Oji admitted that he knew the two mobile numbers used to receive ransom from parents by Wills. That he used to communicate and WhatsApp Wills on same.”
Meanwhile, online news portal, www.mynewsgh reports that as part of efforts to unravel the mystery behind the missing Takoradi girls, Police investigators have found traces of blood in the room of the prime suspect, Samuel Udoetik-Willis.
It said the discovery comes barely a week after police personnel discovered human parts at an advanced decomposing state in a septic tank at the house which was formerly occupied by the suspect currently serving a jail term.
Police among other things found clothes, earrings, sandals and beads believed to belong to girls whose identities are yet to be unravelled as part of ongoing investigations.
On August 6, 2019, police confirmed that a fourth body had been recovered from a well at Nkroful new site in Takoradi, the Western Regional capital by police investigators.
The remains were discovered at an uncompleted building where Samuel Willis Udutoek was re-arrested in connection with missing persons and later convicted for unlawful escape.
Police, however, reveal that it is only after forensic examination on all the bodies they will be able to confirm if the human parts are those of the girls or otherwise.