The Chiefs and people of Amanase, near Suhum in the Eastern Region are up in arms against Charity Mensah, the fetish priest who was arrested in connection with the gruesome murder of a 10-year-old boy in Kasoa.
The nursing mother and another person was arrested by the Police following investigations into the issue that has attracted national attention and condemnation.
Prime suspects in the case, Nicolas Kwame Kani and Felix Nyarko popularly known as Yaw Anne had claimed that they were promised wealth by a fetish priest if they could come to her with human parts and an amount of GHC 5,000.
They told the police that the fetish priest was someone who appeared on a national TV channel and promised to help them get rich if they call her.
The promise led to the gruesome murder of Ishmael Mensah by the two.
Charity Mensah days after the murder was arrested by the Police on suspicion of being the priest who ordered the teenagers to come with human parts for rituals.
She has however been released on bail by the Criminal Investigations Department (CID).
This decision has however pleased the chiefs and people of Amanase who insist she should vacate the area in entirety as according to them, they have never been aware of her operations.
Led by opinion leaders, the town folks clad in red and black stormed her shrine to demand that the place be destroyed.
Below is a video of the compound of the Fetish Priest: