An unidentified Senior High School girl in a video fast trending on all social media platforms is seen struggling to a point of almost losing her life after a city guard sprayed pepper stray into a passenger car she was in together with a friend and other passengers.
The sad incident happened this morning in Sofoline, a suburb in Kumasi, the regional capital of the Ashanti Region Of Ghana when the City Guard wanted to arrest the driver of the passenger car over reason undisclosed.
This sparked a heated quarrel between the driver and the City Guard when he brought out his pepper spray, prayed into the car while the students were in the car.
This caused a scene as many went there to help the victim. Per report, a military man who was closer to the scene intervened in the issue as he collected the pepper spray from the City Guard.
Eyewitness who narrated the said incident stated that; "A city guard just sprayed pepper spray into passenger car and this is how the girls are suffering. It happened at sofoline. There was a military man who came and collected the spray from him. He wanted to arrest the driver so they were exchanging words. In the process of quarreling he sprayed the pepper in the car while the kids were still in the car"
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