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Schools in Kwahu closed down after shooting incident

Following a shooting on Sunday, February 4, the Kwahu South Municipal Security Council (MUSEC) has ordered the schools in Kwahu-Bepong to be closed.



The showdown brought about the demise of two people and left a few others with discharge wounds, supposedly brought about by stray slugs terminated by the police while scattering a group in the Kwahu South District of the Eastern Locale.

25 people have been arrested as a result of the incident, and there is currently a significant police presence in the town with extensive patrolling. The adolescent have purportedly passed on the town because of dread of being captured by the police, who are leading intensive inquiries.


The Kwahu South Municipal Chief Executive, Emmanuel Ofori Attah, made sense of that the choice for close all schools is pointed toward forestalling potential retaliation assaults and guaranteeing the security of school-going youngsters nearby.

"What you heard is valid. I chose with my Schooling Chief. The occurrence happened yesterday [Sunday] and it will not be prudent for youngsters to go to class. The fundamental school understudies will not be going to class including the Day understudies at the Senior High. Be that as it may, those in the lodging will stay nearby till the case is settled," he said.


The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) communicated judgment for the awful occurrence and expressed that the Civil Security Board (MUSEC) is meeting to address the continuous aggravation and pressure nearby.

"We will meet as pioneers so by early afternoon, all will be great.

A casualty who supported shot injuries and has been dealt with and released likewise imparted her experience to the media.


"I was remaining before our shop while they were shooting the weapons and it impacted my hand. They were at first shooting the firearm towards the ground however later began terminating toward individuals. We were five that were shipped off the emergency clinic and one died. The leftover ones are in the emergency clinic presently. Since I was only present for one person's death, I am unaware of the other."


He encouraged inhabitants to constantly follow police guidelines during crises while approaching the police to focus on proficient lead and investigate elective group control strategies to limit hurt

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