Police in the Northern Regional Capital of Tamale this morning fired warning shots to disperse crowd who wanted to physically assault a young boy for insulting religious leaders in the Region.
The young boy was seen in a several videos that went viral on various social media platforms in which he is heard using unprintable words on Islamic leaders in Tamale.
In his latest video, the young boy was heard throwing a challenge to one popular Islamic Cleric in Tamale, Sheikh Ibrahim Basha to come and face him if he truly believed in the Holy Quran.
His latest video did not go down well with residents in Tamale, especially supporters of Shekh Basha who launched a search for him until he was caught this morning.
After his arrest, he was sent to Shekh Basha,s Mosque where some people wanted to assault him for insulting the revered Imam.
Police had to fire warning shots to disperse the crowd, one person was reported to have been hit by the warning shot by the Police.
Sheikh Basha himself came out to address the crowd and urged them not to take the law in to their own hands.
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