CID invites Major Boakye Djan over civil war comments

The Criminal Investigation Department of the Ghana Police Service has invited Major Boakye Djan over civil war comments.

Major Boakye Djan in an interview with Kwame Nkrumah Tikɛseɛ on Okay fm chastized the electoral commission for planning to compile a new voter register which the NDC and some other political parties and some Civil Society Organizations oppose to it.

His invitation follows a comments he made that if the Electoral Commission wants Civil war, they should ho ahead with the compilation of the new voter register.

This comment earlier this morning triggered the National Youth Organizer of the ruling NPP, Henry Nana Boakye, popularly known as Nana B, on the same network. He called on the Ghana Police Police Service to arrest Major Boakye Djan for making such comment, because he has a coup d’etat antecedent.

This evening, an unconfirmed information at hand indicates that Major Boakye Djan has been picked by the Ghana police service in the Jaman Municipality and will soon be transfered to Accra for interrogations…


Just In: Obinim hospitalized after being busted by the Police and faking instant ailment

Founder and Leader of International God’s Way Church, Bishop Daniel Obinim has today been arrested by the Criminal Investigation Department, CID of the Ghana Police Service whilst he was doing counseling service at his church in Tema.

The Police went with an arrest warrant upon a tip off that he was doing a counseling service at the Tema branch of his church, and information reaching indicates that he told the Police to wait for him whiles he goes to his office to prepare but came out to tell them his was feeling very unwell and couldn’t walk, but they (the police) took him away to Hospital in East Legon where he’s been admitted and receiving treatment.

It is believed that his arrest is based on the allegations levelled against him by the Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, which he went on to file a case with video and audio evidence against Obinim to the CID

More soon…

Shocking!!! Mahama Confesses About Atta-Mills Death

Former President John Dramani Mahama is going after Kwame Baffoe, aka Abronye DC, after the New Patriotic Party (NPP) man had allegedly said on a television programme that he (Mahama) killed the then sitting President, Professor John Evans Atta Mills.

He has caused his lawyers to write to the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service to invite Abronye, who is the Bono Regional Chairman of the NPP, for questioning on some allegation he made.

The ex-President did not include the allegation concerning the death of Prof. Mills as an issue the police should investigate, yet he complained about it.

Rather, he wants the police to question Abronye on why he alleged that he (Mahama) and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) are plotting to kill some NPP personalities, including Abronye.

Police find 3 bodies in fetish priest’s shrine, fetish priest arrested

The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service has discovered three bodies behind the shrine of a fetish priest at Sakyikrom, a village near Adeiso in the Eastern Region, following a frantic search for the whereabouts of a pensioner who went missing in January this year

The three bodies — two men and a woman — who were alleged to have been gruesomely murdered by the fetish priest and his assistant, include the missing pensioner, aged about 64, who went missing from his residence at Kasoa on January 10, 2020.

The fetish priest, known as Power One, aged 40, and his assistant whose name was given only as Famous, aged 36, led the police to the village to exhume the bodies following their arrest on April 30.

According to a police source, on January 15, 2020, the wife of the pensioner reported to the police that her husband left home on January 10, 2020 and all efforts to trace his whereabouts had proven futile.

The police launched a full-scale investigation to find the missing pensioner’s whereabouts and realised that the last call he made was to an area near Adeiso so the police went to the area and managed to locate the receiver who happens to be the fetish priest.

Upon interrogation, he denied any knowledge about the missing man, but the police arrested him and his assistant and took them to the CID headquarters in Accra, and following investigations they broke down and confessed to the police that they killed and buried him at a spot behind the shrine.
CID team

The source said on Thursday, April 30, 2020, the Director General of the CID, Commissioner of Police Ken Yeboah, led a team of police investigators, together with the two suspects, to the spot where they buried the pensioner to exhume the body.

After the exhumation of the pensioner the team decided to dig further, and that was how they retrieved the bodies of another man and a woman.

The two are yet to be identified.

Further search within the shrine led to the retrieval of a fresh human head, skulls and other human parts tied in a polythene bag.

The bodies of the three persons have been deposited at the Police Hospital morgue awaiting autopsy, while investigations continue.