Arthur Simpson-Kent is the British man who was accused of killing his girlfriend, Sian Blake, a former Eastenders actress and their two children, and then fled to Ghana to hide out.
He was hiding out in the Western Region, and collaboration between Interpol and local authorities led to his arrest last month.
After the legal process have been completed, Kent is set to be deported back to the UK on Thursday, February 11, 2016.
This was revealed by a CID source to the state owned daily, The Ghanaian Times.
Kent faces three counts of murder, after the bodies of his girlfriend, Sian Blake, 43, a former Eastenders actress and their two children, Zachary, eight, and Amon, four- were found buried in shallow graves in the backyard of their home in Kent.
Arthur was the prime suspect, but fled to come and hide out in Ghana until his arrest in January.