2 thieves arrested for stealing 300 cattle from Kete-Krachi

2 thieves arrested for stealing 300 cattle from Kete-Krachi

- Two men who appear to be brothers have been arrested for stealing 300 cattle from Kete-Krachi

- The arrest was made after the police were given information about the suspects' hideout

- In a statement by the police, the public was encouraged to always support the police in apprehending criminals

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Ibrahim Imoro and Amadu Imoro have been arrested after stealing a whopping 300 cattle from Kete-Krachi to a farm settlement near Kosorgbor in the Savannah Region.

3news.com reports that the two gentlemen who were arrested are part of four thieves suspected to have stolen the 300 cattle from Kete-Krachi in the Oti Region.

It is indicated that the suspects have been arrested by the Police in the Savannah Region. According to a report by the police, the men were arrested from their hideout on Sunday night, January 26, 2020.

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It is not clear how the theft was carried out as 300 cattle are such an enormous number to be herded secretly by only four people.

A statement from the police read:

“Their arrest was made possible due to information given by a patriotic Ghanaian, whom we salute this morning".

“We are using this story to also encourage you to support your Police with information, to help rid this country of criminals,” it added.

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In other news, Louisa Enyonam Ansah is a woman born without arms who has dedicated her life and resources to improving the lives of children living with disabilities through her role as a headmistress and also a leader of the Enyonam Short Foundation.

A video documentary by UTV indicates that Louisa won a presidential award for her massive exploits and she was also one of the top five winners of season five of the MTN Heroes of Change programme.

The hardworking and passionate woman at the community of Nsawam-Otoase in the Greater Accra who is reportedly in her mid-forties transforms the lives of disabled children.

Many of them who used to be beggars on the streets have found a meaningful life from Louisa's exploits.

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