The Ghana Police Service has arrested another suspect by name Farouk Dauda who was captured in a video causing violence during the clash between Nima and Mamobi gangsters.
His arrest was done on the night of Sunday, January 23rd, 2022 at a hideout in a suburb in Accra.
According to the Ghana Police, the suspect admitted his involvement in the clash where he was captured in a video footage holding a machete. The police added that, upon his arrest, the found some Indian hemp at his hideout.
Farouk is currently in the custody of the police assisting investigations.
The Police has again made it clear that it is doing everything possible to arrest all suspects that brought mayhem to the people of Nima and Mamobi.
This comes after some gangsters in Nima and Mamobi clashed. This resulted in the lost of lives of many and several injuries were also recorded. According to investigations, the violent disturbance was occasioned by a misunderstanding between the two gangster groups, namely, the ‘Bombom group’ and the ‘Kumodzi group’.
The Police has arrested many and more soon be brought to book.
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