Body of missing nursing student found in Mankessim buried in the chief's room

Georgina Asor Botchwey, a final-year nursing student, was discovered dead and buried in the chamber of the Tufohene of Ekumfi Akwakrom in Mankessim, in the Central Region. 

After a clergyman, who is reportedly complicit in the horrible conduct, confessed, investigators were directed to the room. In Mankessim in the Central Region, the pastor is currently being held captive by the police. 

After confessing to helping a chief kidnap a 25-year-old nurse trainee and bury her in the chief's room covertly, he was apprehended. 

The pastor took the detectives to Nana Crack, the Tufohene of Ekumfi Akwakrom, on Tuesday, September 20, when Georgina Asor Botchwey's lifeless bones were exhumed. 

According to reports, the two may have kidnapped her, had multiple s3x encounters with her, and then killed her. 

The chief, who is currently on the run, buried her after that in one of his chambers. 

According to reports, the body has been buried for the last three weeks. Residents are concerned about the situation, especially because a chief is involved. 

Cephas Arthur, an assemblyman from the region, requested that the inspector general of police (IGP) increase security in Mankessim and the surrounding area. 

According to him, this is the fifth incidence of this kind to occur in the area this year, therefore it is not the first. 

If caught, he claimed, the pastor and the chief must be dealt with by the law. Since then, the victim's body has been placed in the mortuary of the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital for an autopsy.


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