Kweku Baako Predicts Doom For Six Students Who Murdered Headmaster

The six students who allegedly murdered the headmaster of the Salvation Army Basic School in the Eastern region are likely to ‘grow old’ in prison if found guilty, according to the Editor-in-Chief of the New Crusading Guide newspaper, Abdul Malik Kweku Baako Jnr.

Kweku Baako, who himself has had experience in prison years back, says the lives of the six students will definitely change.

"These boys, I pray for them. They will grow up there; they will become old men there . . . it’s so sad; they have committed murder. As much as I sympathize with them, for the period I can envisage if found guilty by the court, their life will change,” he said while contributing to a panel discussion on Peace FM's morning show ‘Kokrokoo’ Wednesday.

Meanwhile, Kweku Baako has called on the Minister of Education and the Ghana Education Service to assist in taking care of the children of the deceased headteacher.