According to information reaching Ghanaontheglobe.com there has been an unfortunate attack at Upper West Akim district, Adeiso in the Eastern Region of Ghana by some gun men on fulani residents.
The unknown assailants said to be 15 in number on Saturday, May 1 attacked a farm house in Adeiso in the Eastern Region amid rampant shooting leading to killing of one person instantly, police have reported.
According to a situational report from the police to Ghanaontheglobe.com, the group of armed men stormed the farm and started beating the farmers amidst shooting leading to one Eric Oppong, 34, been shot and killed instantly.
The assailants loaded 20 cows into three Sprinter buses and took an unspecified amount of money and bolted, the police said.
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After the unfortunate incident the dead body of the deceased has since been deposited at the Police Hospital Mortuary for preservation and autopsy.
A few others sustained injuries.
One Mohammed Halidu, who was part of the complainants at the police station, had a cut on his head and dried blood stains.
He was at the police station together with Yakubu Bukari, a Fulani herdsman of Adom Farms near Danso town, and Amina Halidu, who complained of general body pains.
Investigation has already been commenced by Police