Sefwi Boinzan residents have lamented over rampant robbery, thefts and attacks on them by masked people in their community. They called on authorities for proper security as victims are sometimes butchered, raped and robbed.
Some residents of Sefwi Boinzan in the Juaboso district of the Western north region when lamenting over rampant robbery, thefts and attacks in their community to Cindy media said, they are mostly attack with cutlass, guns and sharpened objects. Adding that, it has become very fearful living in the community these days. The thieves sometimes steal their money, phones, cause damages and sleep with them. They appealed to government to intervene and get the culprits arested.
Meanwhile, chiefs and elders of Sefwi Boinzan said they are going to form a 'Community Watch Committee' to combat the criminal activities in their community. Gyasehene Nana Awuah Bonenka said it is great source of worry to the community and therefore will do everything possible to face them boot for boot.
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