Pressure is mounting among inhabitants of Kwahu Apradang in the Eastern area after a Chinese man supposedly shot an eight-year-old child.
The occurrence supposedly happened on Wednesday while the person in question, distinguished as Kwasi Mireku, was playing with his companions.
The suspect has just been distinguished as 'Officer.'
Not long a short time later, a few companions of Kwasi raced to declare the last option had been shot.
"I asked my child what occurred, and he let me know he planned to pick water from the room, yet when I defied the Chinese, he said my child was somewhat going to his room," she described.
Notwithstanding, furious inhabitants accept he did it deliberately, adding this isn't the initial time Chinese nationals in the space have assaulted local people.
The convenient intercession of the Nkwakaw Divisional Police Command saved the suspect from being lynched as the inhabitants attacked his home in the midst of dangers to set it ablaze.
They have, nonetheless, undermined backlash assaults should such an episode re-happen.
The Divisional Commander ACP Kofi Adu has encouraged quiet among the inhabitants as they start examinations concerning the matter.
Kwasi, who is likewise in a basic condition, is presently going through treatment at the Nkawkaw Government Hospital.
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