Armed fighters have raged the municipality of Bibiani and shot discharges bringing about wounds to four men and two young people.
As per a report by Onuaonline.com, the warriors raged the town, pursuing a few unlawful excavators who had gone to mine in a few old pits having a place with Mensin Gold Bibiani Restricted.
The four grown-ups who were likewise shot incorporate 31-year-old Fusseini Issah, Kwadwo Agyapong nom de plume Baako who supported four shots and one Bewu.
The two youngsters said to have been hit by stray slugs discharged by the troopers are 17-year-old Eric Antwi and an additional 16-year-old kid who got shots in his ribs.
The two young men are supposed to be Middle School understudies getting ready for their Essential Training Declaration Assessment.
The two youngsters are supposed to get treatment at the Komfo Anokye Instructing Emergency clinic.
The new occurrence comes on the rear of the malignity between occupants of Bibiani and Mensin Gold Bibiani Ltd.
In the interim a police examination has been sent off following the shooting occurrence
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