UTV Ghana had shared a very important post on their Facebook page which is causing a massive stir online. Let's have a look at the post they uploaded on their Facebook page which made Ghanaians react soo much to the post. Below are the photos of the suspect they been arrested.
Let's have a look at the caption they added to their post on their Facebook page below. And they wrote,
"The Police have arrested sixteen persons in connection with a shooting incident at Asaman Tamfoe in the Eastern Region. The incident occurred between some persons believed to be illegal miners and a community anti-galaxy taskforce on 29th September 2022.
Police have retrieved one pump action gun, two excavators, two water pumps, and a battery. Efforts are underway to arrest the remaining suspects and retrieve any other weapons in their possession".This is the post they uploaded on social media.
Below are some comments they received from most Ghanaians who normally follow them for updates. You can join the conversation as well on their Facebook page.
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