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Michael Ekow Quansah Clarke, the Ekumfi Akwakrom Tufuhen suspected for the murder of a prospective student nurse at Mankessim has led the police to exhume to more bodies of persons he has allegedly killed and buried.

Nana Clarke led the police and National Security operatives in handcuffs on the evening of Thursday, October 20, 2022 to the very residence where he buried Georgina Asor Botchwey, the prospective student nurse whose murder brought his deeds to limelight.

A decomposed body was exhumed when the police went to his room and dug a hole.

Despite journalists not being allowed to follow the process to capture images of what ensued, a body wrapped in police body bag was conveyed by the personnel from the room into the ambulance that was sent to the scene.

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Nana Clarke and Pastor Michael Darko had earlier led the police to Anomabu in the Mfantseman municipality to exhume another body they had murdered and buried in the bush which was also in a decomposed state.

The two remains have since been deposited at the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital Mortuary.

Meanwhile, the suspects from the previous sitting in court are to reappear before the Cape Coast High Court in November 8, 2022.