Police arrest 7 men involved in Nima Sh00tings yesterday afternoon.
According to Acting Director-General of the Public Affairs Department of the Ghana Police Service, ACP Kwesi Ofori, two of the seven are on admission under security guard.
Other suspects are being pursued at Nima, and its environs and the police have stressed their commitment “to get them arrested to face justice”.
According to the law enforcement agency, the clash was triggered by two gang leaders – Kumordzi, alias Ibrahim Hussein and Bombon, alias Ali Awudu.
The Police also said they have two men who were injured at the Police Station.
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Meanwhile, Court orders Police to arrest Mark Okraku Mantey after he failed to attend a court hearing.
According to a report by Asaase FM,Superintendent of Police Patience Mario, prosecuting, asked the court for a bench warrant to arrest the defendant,Mr.Mark Okraku Mantey.
Mark Okraku Mantey the renowned music producer and General Manager for HITZ FM,was appointed by president in March 2021.
The warrant was issued by the Adentan circuit court, which was presided over by Sedinam Awo Balokah, and the case was adjourned until February 8, 2022.
Okraku Mantey was scheduled to appear in court yesterday (18 January) to continue the case management meeting in preparation for the trial to begin, but he did not. His attorney was likewise unavailable, but he obtained authorization from the court.
The report further added that the deputy minister of tourism, arts, and culture, Mark OkraKu has been charged for allegedly violating Sections 7 (1) and (2) of the Vigilantism and Related Offences Act. The prosecution says he forcibly gained access to the land, owned by one Alhaji Tony Baba.
The case of the prosecution was that the complainant, Alhaji Tony Baba, was an estate developer residing in North Legon, Accra.
It said the complainant was developing a parcel of land at Oyarifa High Tension, ownership of which the accused person, too, was allegedly claiming.
The prosecution said on 3 March last year, the accused person went to the site with three “thugs” two of whom were on a motorbike and another in his (the deputy minister’s) car.
The prosecution said on 9 March last year, the accused person visited the site for a few hours, after which the “thugs” with whom he previously visited the site went back to the site and attacked the workers and caused damage to parts of the building allegedly.
It said the complainant reported the matter to the police and mentioned the accused person as the one behind the “unwarranted attacks and damages”.
The prosecution said that, during interrogation, the accused person was contacted to report at the police to assist in investigations.
It said while police were waiting for the accused person, more damage was allegedly caused to the three-bedroom building on 10 March last year, and Okraku Mantey was identified as the one who had brought and ordered the “thugs” to cause the damage.
The prosecution said that on 3 April last year, the complainant’s workers were allegedly attacked again and two people sustained injury.
It said the injured people were issued with police medical forms so they could seek treatment.
On 20 March 2021, further extensive damage was allegedly caused to the building, which had been built to lintel level and was valued at GHC63,700.