Six persons are currently in trouble for allegedly "inserting a stick into the anus" of a 16-year-old teenager in the Asante Akim North Municipality of the Ashanti region.
The Agogo District Court has remanded six persons into police custody for allegedly inserting a stick into the anus of a suspected thief on Saturday 10th July 2021 at midnight.
They claimed that the boy has broken into a store in the Agogo market belonging to a seventy-nine years old man, Mr. Obeng.
The police have investigated the matter and have reported that the boy is currently on admission at the Agogo Presbyterian Hospital.
The six alleged criminals who have taken the law into their own hands are remanded by the court and are to reappear in court on 27th July 2021 for further judgment.
Mr. Kwabena Boateng has expressed his disappointment and revulsion and therefore please on the government to help address the issue at hand.
According to him, “Government should help us to address this incident, about caring for the child. We don’t have money for that, so our doors are open for assistance”.
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