(Photos) Human heads & body parts found in the fridge of Ghanaian sports commentator in Sunyani

Reports reaching News247gh.com has it that Ghana police has discovered human heads and other body parts in the house of one Ghanaian footballer and sports commentator, Richard Gyamfi, popularly called fire man.

Richard was picked up by Ghana police at Abesim, near Sunyani for allegedly killing three children and keeping parts of their bodies in his fridge.

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Reports say he killed two boys including his own stepbrother who are all teenagers. Louis Agyemang, his stepbrother is just 12years went missing on Friday when he went out to play football with his friends. A search team was gathered to look for little Lious because he didn’t return home after 10pm. One of Lious’s friends told the search team led by a 56year old man, Thomas Adjei who is reportedly Lious father that he had left the playing field with Richard.

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The case was called to the notice of the police so they teamed up and went to Richard’s house. Richard had locked up one of the rooms and told the police the key was missing. The door was opened later by the police only to see the lifeless body of little Lious on the floor as shown in pictures earlier with his head chopped off.

The search team also found a sack containing human body parts and some in his fridge as well.

Reports say Richard is an architect, a footballer and a commentator.

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