Kwame A-Plus has shared a video on his Facebook page which has generated several reactions on social media.
In the video, several armed men could be seen firing bullets towards some individuals. It was like a 'war' scene because there were more than 20 bullets fired. It was quite strange because the leader of the gang, who is believed to be the chief of Kyebi-Apapam could be heard telling the armed men to arrest persons who were being shot at.
In the same video, some persons were being arrested by these armed men. It is believed that these armed men are not members of the any of the security agencies in the country.
Click here to watch the video.
Some Ghanaians have reacted massively to this trending video and below are some comments.
Some Ghanaians have compared this event to the current war between Russia and Ukraine. Some revealed that the laws of the country are not working because a chief cannot just organise his men and do all sort of unlawful practices in his community.
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