Motorcyclist murdered by passenger who couldn't pay transport fare

The suspect who couldn't pay for his transport fare reportedly lured the rider into the bush in order to steal his motorcycle.

Okada riders in Madina (Greater Accra)

Inusa who killed the deceased with a knife gave a confession of his crime at the police headquarters committed the murder along Kankara-Kabuki Road, the Daily Post reports.

There were also reports that the suspect tricked the victim into taking him to Kabuki in a bid to steal his vehicle.

Admitting the offence, he said: “Yes, I slaughtered him with my knife. I asked him to take me to Kabuki village from Kankara. He demanded N100 as fare. I did not tell him I did not have that money on me.

“On the way, I brought out my knife and slaughtered him. The police later arrested me while riding on his (the victim) motorcycle.”

The 43-year-old suspect is expected to face swift judgment as soon as he has been arraigned at the court of law.

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