We have chanced on a report that indicated that four persons have been nabbed over child stealing and the sale of children.
These four persons include a retired midwife and the alleged incident reportedly happened at Atuabo and Half Assin in the Western Region.
They were arrested by the National Investigative Bureau (NIB) and an Accra Circuit Court remanded the four into the custody of the NIB.
The names of these accused persons are Cynthia Beyeden, a 63-year-old Retired Midwife/ Nurse, Sylvester Quashie Nyamekeh, a mason, Ediemu Bozoma, a 55-year-old trader, Cynthia Quashie, private security and one Mr. Quashie now at large.
The report, according to the Ghana News Agency, indicated these accused persons all pleaded not guilty when they appeared in court with the prosecutor, Chief Inspector Simon Apiosornu asking the court to remand the accused persons into custody in order to conclude further investigations.
In other news, the Inspector-General of Police, Dr. George Akuffo Dampare has been asked to arrest a presidential staffer after he was seen flaunting a gun publicly.
Charles Nii Teiko Tagoe brandished the gun at an unnamed event and the call for his arrest comes at a time when Ghanaian musician, Samuel Adu Frimpong who is known as Medikal was arrested for a similar act last week.
After Medikal’s arrest, he was dragged to court where he was denied bail and subsequently remanded for a period of five days.
In the photo that is circulating, Nii Teiko Tagoe was seen aiming his pistol in the sky at an event.