Anokye Frimpong who admitted killing the two expats has escaped from BNI custody.
One of the six suspects, Anokye Yaw Frimpong, who was arrested by the police in the Eastern Region for their roles in the murder of two African-American citizens, reportedly escaped from the custody of the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) a few days ago.
A top reliable source within the security network of Ghana disclosed to Starrfmonline.com Frimpong was re-arrested somewhere this week by a crack team of BNI operatives after jumping custody.
“It happened, but the issue has been dealt with,” the security capo disclosed. “I don’t know whether fresh charges will be preferred against him in court, but he is back in custody.”
Anokye Frimpong confessed to have killed the two expats and also demonstrated to the police how he murdered the two sisters at Akwamufie before burying them few meters from their home.
Mamlena, 75, and 69-year-old Nzinga were kidnapped, murdered and buried in a shallow grave.
The paramount chief of the Akwamu Traditional Area, Odeneho Kwafo Akoto II dispatched over 70 people to complement a police search for the two missing persons and later exhumed the bodies.
Anokye Yaw Frimpong, a driver and a caretaker in one of the apartments where the crime was committed, was charged with murder.
Five of the accused, Nana Appia-Nti III, a mechanic, Nana Obiri Yeboah, a farmer, Brenda Kareema Mohammed, a pensioner, Yazid Alazim Mohammed, a businessman and Mensah Kamaugogo Muata, a surgeon assistant were charged with conspiracy to commit crime to wit murder.