NOTORIOUS LANDGUARDS working for land guards kingpin who are visiting mayhem at the rightful land developers who bought lands from the Nii Kwaku Datre Royal Family of Manhean in the Ga West Municipality of the Greater Accra Region were reported to have thown into a state of disorganization or untidiness.
This follows a current report of the arrest of two suspects, Kwame Sarpong and Ibrahim Mohammed, who were featured in a footage brandishing a machete and daggers while threatening harm to anyone resisting their robberies.
The landguards at Manhean were afraid because the two gangsters were reported to have working relationship with them and their pay master and that they were afraid that they would leak their information about their nafarious activities after they were napped by the police.
The Ghana Police Service in a statement copied to Soireenews.com pointed out that the individuals, self-identifying as the "Aputuogya Gangsters," were apprehended at their hideout in Aputuogya on November 19, 2023.
Aputuogya is near Kumasi in the Ashanti Region. It is on the Atonsu to Lake Bosomtwe road.
The suspects, Kwame Sarpong and Ibrahim Mohammed, are currently in police custody, actively participating in ongoing investigations.
The widely circulated video which was
published by Soirenews.com two days ago
reveals a disturbing scene where the self-proclaimed "demons" wielded a cutlass and daggers, issuing explicit warnings.
Their threats included stabbing anyone who dared to resist their robbery attempts, creating an atmosphere of fear and concern among social media users who encountered the video.
Suspect Ibrahim Mohammed aged 23 years, one of suspect in the viral video was handed over to the police by the town folks who had earlier raided the said house.
On interrogation, the suspect claimed he hails from Adansi Fomena Kusa but lives at Madina in Accra. The suspect further said he was invited to the Bosomtwe District by the other suspect in the video identified as Kwame Sarpong who is a distant family member about a month ago.
His accomplice who is unemployed and was on the run, has been apprehended by the police.
Police reveal that the owner of the house where the suspects were housed will be interrogated.
With the suspects now in custody, the police are diligently conducting investigations to ascertain the full extent of their activities and any potential criminal network associated with the "Aputuogya Gangsters."