Mother of 11-year-old young lady purportedly taken to cultivator for cash customs stands up
I smelled a rat when her dad requested to meet her, Evelyn Kemeh
CID assumes control over ‘custom killing’ father’s case
The mother of the 11-year-old young lady, whose father was supposedly going to kill for a cash custom at Oyibi Kom, a suburb of Accra, Evelyn Kemeh, has said that she smelled a rat when the dad requested to meet his little girl.
As per her, she even cautioned her girl not to eat, drink or do anything uncommon on the off chance that her dad asks her to, and to shout for help on the off chance that he has a go at driving her to follow through with something.
Talking in a GBC interview checked by GhanaWeb, Evelyn Kemeh said the casualty even kidded about her dad going to involve her for a cash custom after she was cautioned to be wary.
“In this way, last week Tuesday at 10 pm, he (the dad of the person in question) called and said his companion who remains abroad will be returning, so he maintains that him should accept her girl’s material size so he can sew some garments for her. He added that he would get her little girl from school on Thursday, around early afternoon. He promptly inquired as to whether my girl wasn’t Yaa, I answered yes she is, and he then hanged up.
“In my mind, I asked why he would agree that he needed to get my little girl from school on Thursday around early afternoon and in the event that she wasn’t Yaa yet I disregarded it,’ she said. I examined it with my girl and asked her what was her interpretation of the matter the main thing the girl said was, [is he going to involve me for cash rituals,] and we both giggled,” Evelyn Kemah said in Twi.
That’s what she added “On Friday, he called, he believed his sister should get her so they meet at Amasaman, and I said no issue except for advised my little girl not to eat or drink anything given to her by her father. I likewise told her not to take off her garments for her estimation but rather assuming that they demand, if it’s not too much trouble, shout and say your father needs to involve you for cash customs.”
In the interim, Evans Oppong, the man at the focal point of the supposed cash custom case, has had his case taken over by the Criminal Investigations Department of the Ghana Police Service.
The case, which was being dealt with by the Adentan Divisional Police Command, as per myjoyonline.com, has since been moved to the Police CID.
The report additionally demonstrated that the CID is right now investigating proof assembled such a long ways for conceivable indictment.
This follows a prior capture of the suspect after a video shared by one botanist, Nana Adu-Boafo Jnr. turned into a web sensation.
Watch Evelyn Kemeh’s interview on GBC below: