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DCE 3 others arrested ~Police recover missing Ellembelle excavator


 A group of tasks and knowledge cops in the Western Locale has recovered one of the backhoes that were accounted for missing in the Ellembelle Region.

In a post via web-based entertainment on Wednesday, the Police said the backhoe was found a few kilometers in a woods inside the region through their procedure on Tuesday, September 6.

The Help is right now attempted examination to recuperate the other tractor and capture every one of those behind the demonstration to confront equity.

In the interim, the Region CEO (DCE) of Ellembelle, Kwasi Bonzo, and three others have been captured for obstacle and assault against the cops that recuperated the tractor.

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"While the group of cops was accompanying the backhoe to Takoradi, at the Axim Intersection, the DCE of Ellembelle, Mr. Kwasi Bonzo coordinated and drove a few hooligans to go after the police and discourage the activity.

The DCE and three others were in this way captured appropriately. Examination keeps on recuperating the other backhoe and capture every one of those behind it to confront equity," the police added.


This comes days after Mr Bonzo, his own associate, and another individual were put under police examination for the vanishing of two mining earthmovers in the locale.

Sources say Wednesday's capture followed when the DCE got wind that the police had recuperated a backhoe like where had been accounted for going wrong.

He moved in to distinguish the earthmoving hardware in the early hours of the day apparently.

Reports demonstrate that the DCE was disregarded when he came in to attempt to check the machines' proprietorship.

Observers told JoyNews Western Local Journalist, Ina-Thalia Quansah that the DCE followed up in the Ayisakrom in the area.

There, Kwasi Bonzo is said to have defied the security authorities bringing about a fight.


In the long run, he was packaged into a police vehicle and shipped to the base camp in Sekondi.

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