The Ghana Police service says it is on the verge of getting to the third victim of persons murdered by Christopher Ekow Clarke and Michael Darko, the two involved in the murder of the prospective student nurse at Mankessim.

Onuaonline reported Thursday that four other persons have allegedly been killed by the duo prior to Aso’s murder according to sources and places the suspects led them yesterday.

Also, a third suspect who was hired by the duo to dig the place where Aso was buried has been arrested.

The police in their release have provided a contact for people who might have engaged the suspects in any act to call and aid the police with investigations.

Read below the police release issued on the incidents Friday, September 30, 2022.


Police ongoing investigation into the Mankesim murder case has established that the two suspects, Michael Darko alias Nana 1 and Christopher Ekow Clarke, have murdered one other person bringing to two the number of people confirmed to have been gruesomely murdered by the suspects.

The second murdered victim, Gloria Yeboah, a petty trader, from Obokrom in Kumasi was reported missing sometime in June 2022 when she left home in her quest to travel abroad.

The suspects lured the deceased to Accra on June 17, 2022, and took her to Mankessim under the pretext of preparing her to travel to Holland. However, she was later killed by them.

The body of the deceased has been found and police have been able to locate her family who have identified her as Gloria Yeboah.

Police is providing the necessary support to the family in these difficult times.

The Police are also following a lead on a possible third victim who might have been murdered by the suspects.

Investigations so far point to the fact that the suspects are involved in ritual murders. They lure their victims, sometimes under the pretext of helping them to travel abroad and then kill them.

We therefore urge any member of the public who has dealt with the suspects or knows someone who has ever dealt with them to contact the police on 0243809991 to assist the investigation. We would like the public to note that this is a temporal number dedicated only to this investigation.

Source: Communication Bureau of the Police