“Families of the two Kasoa boys dispersed” – Lawyer says

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The family members of the two accused murderers of 11-year-old Ishmael Abdallah who was killed by two teenagers known as Felix Nyarko and Nicholas Kini have been reported to have moved out of Kasoa for fear of losing their lives.

Lawyer of the two children Samuel Atuah Agyemang in a statement revealed that he has not been able to get in touch with the families of the two murders as they are scared that people would cause harm to them after knowing what their children did.

“I have not met them yet. The police tell me they have all moved from the area as this matter got to court for fear of their lives.”He added, “I have tried to reach them [but] it’s not been successful yet but I’ll be working with the police so even if we can agree to meet at the police station or at a safe location, we can do so and then I can take up the bail application and other matters from there.”

The two are standing trial for allegedly killing Ishmael Abdallah for rituals.Their ages had been in contention with many questioning the veracity of the details provided in court.

In other news in relation to the killing, the police are still yet to ascertain the original ages of the two suspects to enable a final judgement on the case.

The Ofaakor District Court presided over by His Worship Samuel Adjei on Tuesday, April 20 directed the prosecution to establish the actual ages of the two and also prepare a case docket to the Attorney General’s office for advice.

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