Police in Nnipanekro in the Upper Denkyira West District, Central region have arrested ten (10) prostitutes connected to causing injury with broken bottles to a native of the community. The victim, Osman is believed to be between 30 and 35 years, has, however, been given medical care.
Reporting for Kessben News in Kumasi, Asumadu Darkwa narrated the story to viewers and listeners. He disclosed that Osman was injured by the prostitutes because his light coming out from his lamp fell on them while walking to his house at night. This angered them, resulting in receiving beatings from the prostitutes who do their business in the dark. Osman was rushed to the govern-ment hospital because he was bleeding profusely.
The case was reported to the Subin Police by some members of the community, leading to the arrest of ten of them when the police invaded their residence. They are thus in the Police custody.
According to ASP Danso, commander of the area, his team are investigating how the young girls were able to cause injury to the victim. Meanwhile, the police is eagerly awaiting to see Osman to come and identify the culprit among the ten arrested to serve as a witness in court.
Reporter disclosed that, prostitutes have taken over Nnipanekro and are committing so many atrocities in the area. The youth, chief, and elders of the area have therefore called on the government to intervene by driving all the prostitutes away, even if it takes the Military before it gets out of hand. He also revealed that Osman is becomes the sixth victim to have suffered in the hands of these prostitutes, who many believe are Nigerians.
He noted that these prostitutes came from Nigeria through a contractor who charged them GHC 10,000 before setting them free to work in the mining community. This has contributed to their rampant operations in Nnipanekro, a mining community.
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