Korku Kumordzie of Kumadekorpe, Agbozume, died after complaining of stomach pains while allegedly in the custody of the Agbozume Police.
Korku, accused of digging graves and exhuming bodies to use for ritual purposes and selling body parts to a syndicate of spiritualists, including those in Ehi, confessed in court to these allegations and even revealed an idol built using spare body parts.
According to the police sources, during his transport from the court back to the Agbozume Police Department, Korku complained of serious stomach pains. He was transported to the Abor Hospital for treatment where he died.
Speaking with Korku’s senior sister, Gifty Kumordzie on “Duamenefa” social intervention program of Fafaa 100.3 FM, she narrates that Korku had no known existing ailment, sickness, diabetes or other at the time of his death. He had never been in the hospital. According to Gifty, she received a call from an unknown person who told her of the death of her brother in the police cell, contrary to the report of the Assemblyman; Hon. Richard Vinyo who narrates that the police officer in charge of Agbozume division, Chief Inspector Agbo, told him that Korku died whiles on admission at the Abor Hospital.
Promise Kportsikla, a relative of the deceased, was named as one of the family members who accompanied the police to transport the body from the hospital to the morgue. During the interview with Ketaman, Promise not only denied his involvement in transporting the body to the mortuary, but said he was unaware of his brother’s death until that moment learning during that call from the “Duamenefa” social intervention program of Fafaa 1003 FM.
Several calls by the “Duamenefa” social intervention program host of Fafaa 100.3 to Chief Inspector Agbo were unsuccessful to hear the official police side of the story.
Keep listening to the “Duamenefa” social intervention program of Fafaa 100.3 FM, Dzodze for up-to-speed investigations and further revelations surrounding the mysteries behind the sudden death of the alleged ritualist, Korku Kumordzie.
Source: www.duamenefafoundation.org news editor in chief