It was a sad day for the people of Gomoa when news first broke of the defilement of a 13-year-old girl. The heinous crime happened in Gomoa Adzintem in the Central Region. According to reports, the young girl was with her father when they encountered the Fulani herdsmen. The father of the girl was beaten and subsequently, the herdsmen went ahead to allegedly rape the girl in turns.
The event led to a near fight between the youth of the area and Fulani herdsmen in the area. The youth claim that the Fulani herdsmen have been committing a series of crimes and always going scot free so they wanted to punish them on their own this time.
The Police have intervened and in a swoop invaded the community and arrested 14 suspects. They subsequently released a report on their swoop today, Saturday, August 28, 2021. In the cause of the swoop, 49 AA ammunitions, 2 pump action and 2 single barrel guns were discovered. The Police are set to organize a community parade so the community will identify the real culprits of the act on the young girl. It is unknown if the traumatized girl herself will be able to do the identification
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