Fourteen individuals have been arrested by the police in connection with a deadly clash near Dormaa Ahenkro in the Bono Region of Ghana. The clash, which occurred at Mpameso Forest, resulted in the deaths of two people.
The suspects, identified as Hafiz Mohammed, Fuseini Mohammed, Abass Abukari, Alhassan Razak, Fuseini Shaibu, Addai Gyebi, Abubakari Issahaku, Seidu Sulemana, Kwabena Yeboah, Sulley Alhassan, Enoch Opoku, Ibrahim Issah, Obeng Richard, and Ibrahim Adams, are believed to have shot the victims while they were guarding a timber concession.
During their arrest on Tuesday, July 25, a search of the suspects led to the discovery of eight pump-action guns, a cutlass, and a knife in their possession. All the suspects are currently in police custody and are cooperating with the ongoing investigation.
They are scheduled to appear before the court on Thursday, July 27, 2023, to face justice for their alleged involvement in the clash and the resulting deaths. The police are working diligently to bring those responsible to account for their actions and to ensure that justice is served for the victims and their families.
POLICE ARREST 14 SUSPECTS IN CONNECTION WITH MURDER AND UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF FIREARMS— Ghana Police Service (@GhPoliceService) July 27, 2023
The Police on 25th July 2023, arrested 14 suspects in connection with a clash leading to the death of two persons at Mpameso Forest near Dormaa Ahenkro in the Bono Region. pic.twitter.com/1p6O7MCz5A