- 22 people believed to be lesbians who gathered for a wedding at Kwahu in the Eastern region have been arrested
- The Police and traditional authorities got a hint of the event and stormed the place to stop them from going ahead with their plans
- The Police were, however, forced to grant the alleged lesbians bail due to the unavailability of a female cell at the station
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The Obomeng Police has apprehended some 22 people believed to be lesbians who gathered for a wedding at Kwahu in the Eastern region.
Starr News reports indicate that the incident happened over the weekend at a rented apartment at odd hours.
The report indicated that the ceremony was cut short after a team of Police and traditional authorities got a hint of the event and stormed the place to stop them from going ahead with their plans.
The Police were, however, forced to grant the alleged lesbians bail due to the unavailability of a female cell at the station.
The Chief of Obomeng, Nana Effah Opinamang III said they heard rumours that a lesbian wedding was going to be held and mobilised the security team to the location to arrest the participants.
22 out of the 30 guests at the lesbian wedding were arrested while the remaining fled the scene.
This arrest comes a few weeks after there was a public outcry over an LGBTQI office that was opened in Ashongman.
The office was later closed down by National Security officials following public outrage over activities of the group.
In other news, a young man is in police grips for allegedly killing his pregnant girlfriend at a hotel in Kokomlemle.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Effia Tenge revealed that the Nima Police made the arrest after a complaint was lodged by the management of the hotel.
The management of the hotel after smelling a stench from the room they occupied broke into the room only for them to find the lifeless body of the lady on the bed.
DSP Effia Tenge said investigations by the Nima police traced the suspect, Isaac to his hideout in Mampong.
She revealed that the suspect after committing the crime locked the door to the room, took away the lady's phones, cashed out money from her mobile wallet, and also sold one of her phones.
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