On Thursday, April 29, the Central Regional Police Command performed a swoop in Kasoa, Central Region, in response to the alleged “ritual killing” of an 11-year-old boy by two teenagers in the city.
According to a TV3 article, the swoop was based on information gathered by police after the death of Ishmael Abdallah Mensah, which has cast a negative light on the city in the eyes of the public.
According to the police, the operation was carried out to clear the enclave of criminals.
Kasoa has been infamous for a variety of vices, with the most recent one blowing the cover off of them all.
The police apprehended dozens of criminals in a single sweep, though the precise number was not revealed.
According to TV3 reporter Peter Kwao Adattor, a large number of young men and women were detained in the city, and a large number of electronic devices were confiscated from them.
According to our reporter, the suspects are now being screened until the police can speak to the public about the incident to ascertain the truth and information.