Information reaching us indicates that three persons including the Wulomo (Traditional priest) of Teshie are injured after a gun fired in a crowd at the priest's traditional residence.
This unfortunate incident happened in the early hours of today within the Ga traditionl area.
It has been narrated by an eyewitness that some people who were preparing for the celebration of the Homowo came to the traditional shrine (where the Wulomo is stationed) to collect maize for a ritual to be performed.
The narrator went on that whiles the rituals were ongoing, there were gunshots and all of a sudden, a group of armed men attacked them with stones, and guns and destroyed some of their belongings in the shrine.
The incident has since then been reported to the police and investigations are ongoing to unravel the reasons for that unlawful act and those behind it.
The three men who are injured are said to be preparing for the hospital at the time this story was being filed.
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