Land guards meet fire with fire as construction workers shoot one in the neck

Land guards meet fire with fire as construction workers shoot one in the neck

- Land guards who besieged a construction site at Gomoa Fetteh were met with gunshots

- One of the land guards was shot in the neck

- Both injured and the rest of the team took off upon a police tipoff

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An attempt by a group of land guards to scare construction workers at Gomoa Fetteh in the Central Region has backfired.

These gun-wielding men besieged the construction site demanding workers there to stop work. In fact, police reports from Gomoa Fetteh show that the land guards opened fire at the workers only for them to be met with similar action by the construction workers.

Land guards meet fire with fire as construction workers shoot one in the neck
Land guards meet fire with fire as construction workers shoot one in the neck (Stock Photo)
Source: UGC

The exchange of gunshots left one of the land guards shot at the neck. The Senya Bereku District Police Commander, ASP Kingsley Asirifi Asante, who briefed Adom News about the clash said the land guards were alleged to have opened fire on the builders.

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The injured was shot in his neck area and is currently receiving treatment at the Winneba Trauma and Specialist Hospital.

In other news

The Minister for Communications, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, is expected to be summoned to Parliament. Member of Parliament, Sam George, revealed that the sector minister will be interrogated on the takeover of AirtelTigo by government.

Speaking to the media, Sam George explained that “Parliament is eager to understand the dealings behind the AirtelTigo deal.

The minister for Communications, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, has described the takeover as a positive step that adds to government’s wide portfolio of information technology infrastructure to be managed.

Government has debunked claims that its takeover of AirtelTigo will result in job losses. It has also debunked claims that the takeover will reduce the quality of service when it comes to voice and data.

In October 2020, Airtel and Millicom announced that they were exiting the Ghanaian market and this agreement concludes the extensive negotiations between the parties to ensure a seamless transition and continued operation of AirtelTigo thereafter.

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What this means is that Government will now be handling the everyday affairs of the company – from the buying of credits to the operations of mobile money.

In the meantime, MTN Ghana remains the widest telecommunications company in Ghana. According to information from the Telecommunications Chamber, MTN controls over 90 percent of mobile subscribers in Ghana.

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