Two people claimed to have taken two goats at Madina, a suburb of Nkwanta in the Nkwanta South Municipality of the Oti Region have been strutted through the local area with their taken goods.
The move, initiated by the inhabitants, was to go about as an obstacle to other people.
The two suspects, Yakubu Mohammed, 21 years, and Rashid Alhassan, 26 years were booed and disdained by the local area individuals as they walked through the roads.
As per reports, the two were captured by occupants drove by Alidu Suraj Musah, the Zongo Youth Chief.
To act as a hindrance, the two, suspects had to convey the dead goats on their heads while they strolled from one region to the next inside the Nkwanta people group. Their requests and crying didn’t discourage the inhabitants.
The scene pulled in a few occupants who said the treatment taught the suspects a lesson as it will go far to make taking ugly in the district.
The suspects were subsequently given over to the Nkwanta Police for the essential examination and arraignment.
The Nkwanta Divisional Crime Officer, ASP Lawrence Wiafe who affirmed the occurrence to DGN Online said, the suspects were placed under the steady gaze of the Nkwanta District Court on Monday, July 18, 2022.
Be that as it may, he is yet to be informed with regards to the result of the procedures.
The Zongo Youth Chief, Suraj Alidu answering why the occupants chose to march the suspects through the town said, inhabitants, have been extremely irate with the pace of taking nearby.
To forestall a potential lynching of the suspects, they thought doing that will quiet the nerves of inhabitants and furthermore offer the Police the chance to take care of their responsibilities.
He guaranteed that the heads of the local area are focused on working with the Police to guarantee the rule of law. To this end, the local area is sorting out guard dog gatherings to guarantee hoodlums are given over to the police without maltreatment of their common freedoms.