Samuel Udoetuk Wills and John Oji, the two Nigerians who were suspects for killing the four missing girls in Takoradi have been found guilty and are to die by hanging as sentenced by the Sekondi High Court
The High Court presided over by Justice Richard Adjei- Frimpong, a court of appeal judge who is also a high court judge gave the sentence in accordance with the seven-member jury who found the two guilty.
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The culprits have been given 30 days within which they can appeal the sentence
In 2018, Ruth Abakah, Ruth Love Quayeson, Priscila Mantsebea and Priscila Blessing Bentum were confirmed to be missing but later escalated to kidnapping when money was demanded from families by the culprits as ransom. After numerous investigations and interrogations following the disappearance of the girls, it was announced that the girls have been murdered with two Nigerians namely Samuel Udoetuk Wills and John Oji surfacing as the suspects of the heinous crime.
Jean Aryee | Hbtvghana.com