Taxi driver tells court the identity of top politician he killed and buried pregnant woman for to ensure he won elections


“I killed and buried pregnant woman for former Ashaiman MP, Alfred Agbesi” – Taxi driver makes the shocking revelation in court

The taxi driver who was arrested for revealing that he was a serial killer has made a shocking revelation when he appeared before the court today.

According to him, he once killed and buried a pregnant woman for former Member of Parliament for Ashaiman, Alfred Agbesi to ensure his victory in the elections.

Brief facts of the case as presented to the court by Chief Inspector Bampoe were that, sometime in September 2021, the accused made or published a statement on the “Maakye show on Onua Television station to the effect that he buried alive a pregnant woman at Ashaiman.

According to him, when the police received this information, they launched an investigation into the matter, which resulted in the arrest of the accused.

According to him, preliminary investigation revealed that the accused is a taxi driver who lives in Wejia, Accra.

He also stated that during the investigation, it was discovered that on September 2, 2021, during the Onua TV morning show “Maakye” with the host Captain Smart, the accused stated in response to a question from the host that he had previously killed several people.

According to the Prosecutor, the accused “also stated that he buried a pregnant woman alive at Ashiaman as a sacrifice for Alfred Agbesi [the former MP for Ashiaman].”

“However, police has yet to extend their investigation to locate the alleged buried and other persons mentioned by the accused person,” he told the court.

Felix Ansah, the accused, was arraigned before the Circuit Court presided over by Her Honour Rosemond Baah Torsu on Monday, September 13.

He has pleaded not guilty to the charge of false news publication in violation of section 208(1) of the Criminal Offences Act, 1960 Act 29.

He was remanded into police custody and ordered to return to court on September 16 to have the bail application reconsidered.