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Three arrested in connection with violent attacks in two towns in Savannah Region

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Three arrested in connection with violent attacks in two towns in Savannah Region

Three people have been detained in connection with violent attacks on the Savannah Region’s Mempeasem and Lukula villages by opposing factions in land and chieftaincy issues.

The three suspects, Razak Sulemana, Musah Shanun, and Karim Abdul Rafiuw, were detained with gunshot wounds.

According to authorities, a search of them yielded one (1) pump action gun, two (2) single barrel weapons, one long knife, 80 live cartridges, and several talismans and cowries.

Meanwhile, a gang of young men in Daboya has attacked the Daboya Police Station.

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Yeji: 62-year-old fetish priest murders his 25-year-old wife on suspicion of infidelity

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Mr Sulemana stated that the occurrence caused shock and dismay in the community since they did not anticipate Mr. Mbalegon to perform such a "heinous act." To avoid the loss of life, he recommended the locals to use caution while addressing and dealing with marital difficulties of this sort. Mr. Sulemana went on to say that the Yeji Police had detained a suspect in connection with the murder to help with investigations, and that the remains had been put to the St. Mathias Catholic Hospital in Yeji for preservation. An anonymous source at the Yeji Police Station verified the event to the GNA, indicating that it was being investigated.

Solomon Mbalegon, 62, a fetish priest, is accused of murdering his 25-year-old junior wife, Madam Nakoli Mbalegon, and then committing suicide over suspicion of adultery.

Mr Mbalegon, also known as ‘Okomfo’ Solomon, is accused of murdering Mad. Mbalegon on Thursday night at their house in Parambo, a neighbourhood of Yeji in the Pru East District of the Bono East Region.

Mr. Yussif Sulemana, the Assemblyman for the region who verified the event to the Ghana News Agency (GNA), stated that Mr. Mbalegon accused his wife of having adulterous affairs with other males in the neighbourhood.

According to him, there was a misunderstanding between them, and as a result, the male stabbed the woman to death before committing suicide by stabbing himself.

Mr Sulemana stated that the occurrence caused shock and dismay in the community since they did not anticipate Mr Mbalegon to perform such a “heinous act.”

To avoid the loss of life, he recommended the locals use caution while addressing and dealing with marital difficulties of this sort.

Mr Sulemana went on to say that the Yeji Police had detained a suspect in connection with the murder to help with investigations and that the remains had been put to the St. Mathias Catholic Hospital in Yeji for preservation.

An anonymous source at the Yeji Police Station verified the event to the GNA, indicating that it was being investigated.

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Suhum: Police on manhunt for Okada rider accused of poisoning 17-year-old pregnant girlfriend

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The police officers who went to the crime scene to transport the deceased's body to the Suhum government hospital mortuary have launched an inquiry to catch the suspect, Akooko, who is presently on the run. Ransford Norvor, Assemblyman for Koransang, confirmed the occurrence to the media, stating that "the deceased completed school this year." Matilda Dankwa is her given name. According to an eyewitness, her lover took her up from home at 4 p.m. yesterday, and the news of her death was received within 30 minutes after they departed."

Police in Suhum, Eastern Region, are looking for a 22-year-old Okada rider who reportedly poisoned his partner in Koransang, Suhum Municipality, Eastern Region.

The Okada rider, only known as Akooko, was in a love connection with the dead, 17-year-old Matilda Dankwa, who had just finished Junior High School.

According to the local Assemblyman, the deceased who became pregnant for the Okada rider refused to abort the pregnancy when the suspect asked her to.

On Monday, the suspect arrived on his motorbike to look for the dead, and she was discovered with foam seeping from her lips a few minutes later. The police believe she was poisoned.

The police officers who went to the crime scene to transport the deceased’s body to the Suhum government hospital mortuary have launched an inquiry to catch the suspect, Akooko, who is presently on the run.

Ransford Norvor, Assemblyman for Koransang, confirmed the occurrence to the media, stating that “the deceased completed school this year.” Matilda Dankwa is her given name. According to an eyewitness, her lover took her up from home at 4 p.m. yesterday, and the news of her death was received within 30 minutes after they departed.”

“The eyewitness said the deceased was pregnant but her boyfriend wanted her to abort it which she refused so it is alleged that he poisoned her. So only the police can determine that because we can’t tell what really happened.”

The police are investigating the incident and are appealing to the public for any information that may lead to the arrest of the suspect.

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Two people have been arrested by police for preparing to commit robbery

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Police arrest two for preparing to commit robbery

The police have apprehended two individuals for robbery planning.

The suspects, Adams Kwame and Abubakari Sharif, as well as two others who are still on the run, were apprehended on Thursday, September 14 at the Tweapease Police checkpoint while attempting to flee from authorities during a regular stop-and-search operation.

They recovered a pump-action gun, two live BB rounds, two machetes, and a catapult.

Preliminary investigations have shown that the suspects had the exhibit goods in their possession while attempting to commit robbery.

They are presently in prison and will appear in court, while attempts are being made to apprehend the remaining two.

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