- Five people have been arrested for alleged involvement in stealing two-week-old twin babies
- The prime suspect and mastermind is Paulina Owusu, 26
- Paulina Owusu went to the house of the twins' mom pretending to sell meat only to arrange to steal her babies
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News reaching YEN.com.gh indicates that the Sefwi-Wiawso Divisional Police Command has apprehended five people for their alleged involvement in stealing two-week-old twin babies.
The five people reportedly stole the baby at Punikrom in the Waiwso Municipality of the Western North Region.
They are Paulina Owusu, 26, Haruna Yusif. 36, Stephen Owusu, 32, Kofi Nkrumah, 24, and Sampson Addai, 33 years.
The Waiwso Divisional Commander, Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Christopher Dzakel, while confirming the incident, said, his outfit had intelligence on the 14th of March 2021 that one of the suspects, Paulina Owusu had contracted four men to steal a baby.
In a report filed by Ghana News Agency, DSP Dzakel said immediately he got wind of this, his men quickly rushed to the place where these four men who had been contracted were hiding and arrested them.
The five were later sent to the Wiawso magistrate court where they were remanded into police custody to reappear on Monday, March 29, 2021.
The mother of the twins, Abena Owusuaa, said the prime suspect (Paulina Owusu) came to her house pretending to sell meat to her only to arrange to steal her babies.
In other news, Emmanuel Otabil, the gentleman at Iron City in Kasoa, who went viral after he wore a ring that seemed to be 'eating' up his finger has disclosed that it has been removed now.
As YEN.com.gh earlier reported, the young man went to a gaming centre when a friend of his removed the ring and put it on a table and forgot about it.
Emmanuel, not knowing the ring was fortified with rituals, put it on, went home, and started experiencing pain when he slept with it on his finger.
He recounted that his hands were swollen as a result, after the townsfolk tried to forcefully remove the ring with a saw.
Instead of falling off, the ring rather tightened around the young man's hand, penetrating deep into his bone.
Luckily for Emmanuel, a powerful mallam came to his rescue and performed some rituals which eventually got the ring off his finger.
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Source: Yen Newspaper