Residents of singa community near daboya town in the savannah region have apprehended two persons who stole two bovine from a nearby village.
This happened on Saturday night, 22 may 2021, the owner of the cattle realized it when he came out in the night to check the state of the kraal, it was then he got to know that two of his cattle are not available, he made a phone call to the nearest communities to alert them, so that they could help intensity a search for the cattle on that same night, it was late midnight when these people were caught with the cattle trying to get their way out through daboya-mankarigu road that leads to upper east, members of the community did not to touch any of them as they did not want to take the law in to their hands, they call on opinion leaders from wasipe traditional council and the owner of the two bovine to sit on the matter and find amicable solution to it.
But the owner of the animals wishes to involve Ghana police service in the matter as there are in the best position to deal with issues like this.
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