Eyewitness narrates how armed robbers killed top Ghanaian Tijaniyya Islamic cleric son, Ali Ahmed Maikano on his way to a mawulid festival.
Narrating what happened, It was about 7 pm in the evening and they were traveling on a motorbike with the late Ali Abdul Ahmed Maikano Jallo the son of the late Ghanaian Tijaniyya Cleric when the sudden sad and heartbreaking incident occured.
According to the eyewitness Abdul- Mumuni on their way reaching the abromase road Prang near Yeji ,some unknown assailants shot at them. According to him, upon reaching the Abromase road, some unknown assailants shot at them and he escaped and quickly rushed to the police station to report what have happened on their way.
Narrating what happened on Joy News the Bono East Regional Commander, District Commander of Police ( DCOP) Mr. Asumadu Okyere-Darko said one Abdul-Mumuni run to them to lodge a complaint on Tuesday about the sad incident.
The Police in the Bono East region have started investigations to unravel circumstances leading to the killing of a top Islamic cleric, Sheikh Ali Ahmed Maikano.
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