Woman caught selling human meat
A 60-year-old woman was nearly lynched at the Adabraka Fish Market after she was accused of selling human meat to unsuspecting customers. The woman, identified as Florence Appiah, was allegedly found by some traders at the market carrying fresh meat in a tray and hawking around at about 9am yesterday.
The timely intervention of the Adabraka Police saved the life of the woman, who claimed that yesterday was her first time of trading in that market
The Police at Adabraka in Accra are investigating a female suspect who has been arrested by traders for allegedly selling human parts.
The woman was dragged to the Police station by traders at the Adabraka Market after she refused to indicate which meat she was selling.
The traders suspect she has been sent by a spiritualist to sell human parts as a ritual at the market.
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Public Relations Officer for the Accra Police ASP Efia Tenge who confirmed the news to Starr News said the meat has been sent to the Laboratory to undergo tests to prove if it is human meat.
She added that the woman is currently in Police custody.