The residents of Offinso in the Ashanti Region are in fear and panic as "sakawa" boys invade the town with their cars whilst they were riding through the town and all what these boys were saying was "if you can't drink blood, you cannot be part of us". This statement has left the whole community in panic. According to the residents, these boys have been riding their cars throughout the night, playing music and disturbing them.
The Offinso Municipal Assembly had a meeting and they have appointed some members to watch over the town during the night because it is at that time these "sakawa" boys has been performing their rituals, these men will help to get rid of those boys. They said all what they need is equipment that will help them to watch the town at night.
The Offinso Divisional Police Commander Chief Superintendent Benedict Wonkyi also said they will speak with the Chiefs so that they will get equipment for those who are willing to watch the town at night. He also said a lot of children have been getting missing and also these boys makes a lot of noise with their cars at night, so now they are going to get rid of them.
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