Today marks the Eid celebrations across the country. Information reaching out suggest that the festive season prayers at Kumasi Aboabo no2 has turned bloody with Mallam and his men running for their lives.
According to reports from Zuria FM in Kumasi, an unknown person pulled the gun as the prayers were ongoing and made a shot.Two people sustained gunshots injuries with one reportedly dead at Aboabo No2 Bus Stop just after Eid Prayers.
The two who were injured was rushed to the hospital. Police were alarmed about the incidence with which the rushed to the scene on time. All they could find was the gun used by the intruder to commit such a heinous crime.
The shooter after the incidence have disappeared in the thin air without any traces. The police assured that they will dig out and find the culprit and be made to pay for his crimes.
Meanwhile the police is urging the general public to assist in arresting the culprit by providing every necessary information that can help authorities track down the shooter.
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