- Football club owner and businessman, Alhaji Grunsah has accused a District Chief Executive (DCE) of cow theft
- According to him, the DCE takes possession of cattle and shares it among his friends
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Information available to YEN.com.gh shows that the District Chief Executive (DCE) of Asante Akim North, Hon. Francis Oti Boateng, has been accused of stealing cows.
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In a report by mynewsgh.com, the government official blamed for the disappearance of cows in the district.
Alleged owners of such cows, it is reported, also claim he gives out the animals to his friends as part of the festive occasion.
Football club owner and businessman, Alhaji Karim Grunsah, is alleged to have stated that his cows are being killed and shared amongst people in the district.
Speaking on Asempa FM’s Ekosii Sen programme on Wednesday 27th December 2017m, Alhaji Grunsah claimed that the acts are committed under the guise of an operation codenamed “Operation Cow Leg”.
The operation, he added, was originally intended to sack cattle from protected farmlands.
It is rumoured that prior notice wasn't given before the operation started in the community.
He further explained that he has lost over 15 cattle as a result. Majority of them, he stated, have been killed and shared to residents in the community.
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