Canadian Girls’ kidnappers storm Kumasi


The eight suspects, who were as of late grabbed regarding the hijacking of two Canadian women in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region, came back to the city where they were caught as of late.

The presumed hijackers, including Seidu Abubakari, otherwise known as Mba, accepted to be a ring head, were in the city in the organization of vigorously furnished police examiners from Accra to ‘reproduce’ the wrongdoing scene.

The other presumed hijackers are Sampson Aghalor, Elvis Ojijorwe, Jeff Omarsar, Yussif Yakubu, Abdul Nasir, Safianu Abubakari and Abdul Rahman.

“They were in Kumasi for what we bring in police as ‘Search Without Warrant’,” a source revealed to DAILY GUIDE.

The source additionally uncovered that the suspects remained in Kumasi for two days (Wednesday and Thursday) and as a major aspect of examinations concerning the hijacking of the Canadians who have since flown back to their nation of origin after their emotional salvage.

Abducting Hideout

The eight criminals were purportedly walked to the uncompleted two-bedroom house at Kenyasi Achiase, where they kept the exploited people for a few days.

The top police agents were said to have asked the eight speculates key inquiries, particularly with respect to how they carried the hapless women to the spot.

The suspects, as indicated by reports, were likewise gotten some information about how they figured out how to drive the young ladies into a holding up Uber vehicle at Nhyiaeso and hurried off to Kenyasi Achiase for covering up.

Rooms Searched

The specialists were additionally said to have visited the different homes of the considerable number of suspects, where they altogether scanned their spaces for proof.

The specialists visited spots like Sawaba, Dichemso, Asokore Mampong and lodging at Sawaba Junction where the suspects were living.

Seidu Rents 5 Rooms

Over the span of the pursuit, it went to the consideration of the specialists that Seidu Abubakari had leased five unique rooms at various areas in Kumasi in the meantime.

They at that point walked him to all the five leased rooms in the city and looked through the spots altogether without anyone thinking about it.

For security reasons, the source did not unveil regarding whether the agents figured out how to recover any hostile or unlawful thing during the ‘Search Without Warrant’ task.

Ruffians Back In Accra

The eight speculated hijackers were reclaimed to Accra on Thursday night to proceed with examinations for the situation which had increased overall consideration.

Chilling News

It would be reviewed that two Canadians, who were in Kumasi for helpful ventures, were grabbed by some obscure criminals at Denyame half a month back.

There were three Canadian women in a Uber vehicle from the Baba Yara Stadium territory to their lodging at Denyame yet obscure to them a few heels trailed their vehicle.

Two of the Canadian young ladies, who sat at the back of the Uber, were immediately packaged into a holding up Toyota Corolla vehicle by the villain directly before their lodging around 9pm.

Detecting threat, the Uber driver additionally drove from the wrongdoing scene with the third Canadian, who was in the front seat, to hold up a protest with the police right away.

Ruffians Rescued

The ruffians supposedly concealed the two Canadian young ladies in a feeble structure at Kenyasi Achiase with the expectation of taking a payment from their families back in Canada.

Reports showed that the hijackers quickly opened a Twitter record to speak with the groups of the people in question yet they shut the record down couple of minutes after the fact.

Through careful examinations, a split group from the National Security, BNI and the police figured out how to safeguard the two young ladies at Kenyasi Achiase half a month back.

Unverified reports showed that the ruffians were overwhelmed by the security powers after a weapon fight, prompting the salvage of the Canadians.

All the eight suspects, including a few Nigerians, are as of now standing preliminary in court in Accra.


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