The name Kasoa has carved for itself over the past years is not encouraging, and I hope there will be an improvement very soon. Just this afternoon, a case has been recorded where a Nigerian man was caught after attempting to kidnap a five year old boy. An observer who got to witness the whole incident and narrated the story and this is what he had to say.
He claims he was buying food when he saw a Toyota Camry speeding up like it was been pursued. Apparently the car was moving towards him and the next thing he saw was a woman shouting that they had taken her child. This man then alerted other drivers who decided to cross them.
After crossing them, he went to the car and saw three young boys. He claimed the driver spoke English and had the Nigerian accent. He held the driver but since people couldn't get to the scene very early, the others fled. Well, the apprehended is now at the C.B.D Police Station at Kasoa.
One thing I noticed in the video is that, before he ended, one of the guys suspected to be a syndicate hit him with something for him to stop narrating. You can watch the video by clicking on this link.
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