This can be a sad news as well as a good news to people in Ghana. It can be a good news because thief's who are making away properties and items of people have been arrested and currently at the police costudy. It can also be a bad news because the arrested persons can be the fathers of some children. Therefore some children cannot see the faces of their but that is not a yardstick to release them. The law must deal with them.
The news was shown on Angel TV this evening as the police officers in Kumasi Ashanti Region of Ghana embark on a massive swoop in atinga island in Kumasi precisely in Aboabo. The police officer told Nana Yaa Oduro about the whole Operations stating that 30 young men have been arrested pending investigations.
The police Commander made it known that they also found series of tools such as scissors, Marchet, Foreign pistle gun and Amoako. The arrested young men will be investigated critically to determine if they are culprit of nasty events that goes on in Aboabo in Kumasi Ashanti Region of Ghana.
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