Prison break: 12 inmates of Zenu-Atadeka jail pour hot porridge at prison officer to escape

Prison break: 12 inmates of Zenu-Atadeka jail pour hot porridge at prison officer to escape

- Up to twelve inmates of the Zenu-Atadeka Prison attempted to escape

- The inmates poured hot porridge on the face of a prison guard to escape

- There is a manhunt for the prisoners with one re-arrested

There has been a prison break attempt by twelve inmates who attacked a prison officer by a hot bowl of porridge at him.

This incident happened at the Zenu-Atadeka Police Station at the Kpone-Katamanso Municipality in Accra.

The orchestrated attack on the prison guard – according to Police reports, saw other inmates scramble to push open the prison gates as the prison guard struggled to catch sight of them.

Reports from the police reveals there is a manhunt for these inmates named; Basit Sulemana, Richard Remeo, Ibrahim Adams, Sulemana Karim, Musah Ali and Musah Ibrahim., Sulemana Ibrahim, Abu Sadiq, Mubarak Seiti, Ibrahim Fuseini, Aziz Fuseini and Amish Akorli.

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