An Islamic teacher, popularly called Mallam has been arrested by Security operative in Kumasi Aboabo for having in his possession, dangerous and harmful equipments in his room during raid in Kumasi Aboabo.
Over the week, security officials, a joint force of police and military stormed Kumasi Aboabo wee base to raid the entire place uncovering hidden dangerous equipments from the people.
This military raid follow the shooting of innocent person during the Eid celebration which the perpetrators upto date, has not been arrested.
During the raid, many dangerous equipment were seized from the people but the Muslim leader there tried to hide some of the equipment from the police. In search of the equipment, they discovered that he has hidden most of the equipments including guns, knives, cutlasses, bullets and pliers.
In an attempt to save himself, he argued that the things were kept there by unknown persons during the raid which he had no clue about.
The Mallam was handcuffed and taken to police custody for investigation.
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