Police investigation has allegedly established that Christopher Ekow Quansah Clarke, the Mankessim Akwakrom Tufuhen involved in the murder of 25-year-old Georgina Aso Botchwey, has killed four people already.

The murder of Aso Botchwey makes it five, the number of persons Nana Clarke has allegedly killed.

According to Onuaonline’s sources, one lady shot at Abura Batanyaa on June 9 2022 was allegedly done by Nana Clarke.

He allegedly buried the remains of the lady at river Okye where he sent the police to have a look at.

Nana Quansah Clarke and pastor Danso leading the police to other places they shot and buried some victims

The police are currently at Ekumfi Akoti, Okye River where he allegedly shot, killed and buried.

Bullet used in the operation has been retrieved by the police but finding it difficult to find the exact place the body was buried because the river has washed over the surface.

Some residents hooting at Nana Clarke and pastor Danso

The persons he allegedly killed before Aso include one young lady whose father had complained of her missing some months ago.

According to the father, Nana Quansah Clarke promised sending his daughter to the Netherlands which he paid him some money.

Few weeks after their encounter, the lady got missing. The father said he didn’t lodge official complaint because he thought Nana had sent her abroad as agreed and was probably having challenges for which she hadn’t call then.

Meanwhile, the police had identified the body of a murdered young lady which they deposited at the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital.

Nana Clarke and pastor lead police to murder scene

Upon hearing the criminal deeds of Nana Clarke, the man called for identification and has allegedly confirmed that the young lady at the morgue is the daughter Nana Clarke had promised sending abroad.

It is also alleged that a mother and her baby were shot in Kumasi this year which was also orchestrated by him.

The police have been visiting these places with the suspects who are showing them where they carried these operations.

Source: Onuaonline.com