The rampaging youth gathered as a result of the press statement released by the Ghana Police Service today, Tuesday, concerning the death of the suspect, also a 27-year-old businessman.
As per him, the young had on various events demonstrated to him that they had a few complaints and that he was visiting the area to accept their appeal for the Minister of Interior and National Security on Tuesday during which they overlooked his presence and went after the police headquarters.
"At the time this occurred, the customary pioneers and the Regional Security Council (REGSEC) were in a gathering in Nkoranza. While holding up with the Omanhene, we got the clue that some furious crowd had attacked the police headquarters.
."Along these lines, I don't have a clue about the specific issue that required the assault. I don't know whether it was the explanation that was delivered by the police since I don't have any idea what time the assertion was delivered.
Mr. Adu Gyan noticed that at the hour of the episode, the town was somewhat quiet since he had guaranteed the young that their complaints would be tended to
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