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30.10.2019 Article

Man On The Run, After Angry Residents Threatened His Life

By Christopher Amoako
Man On The Run, After Angry Residents Threatened His Life
LISTEN OCT 30, 2019

Residents of Sakasaka in the Tamale Metropolis of the northern region are chasing after one Seidu Mustapha for his alleged patronage of Nigerian Sex workers in Tamale.

The suspect whose father is said to be an Islamic cleric is believed to have fled the country.

Narrating the incident to the media, his brother Mr. Aziz said he was shocked after hearing the incident.

He stated, though he doesn't believe his elder brother will engage in such activities, he does not know what will happen if he returns home alone.

He added, "I know the youth of Tamale, they are capable of doing anything."

A resident, Abu Sulemana explains that the Islamic religion frowns upon sleeping with prostitutes.

"Our religion forbids sleeping with prostitutes. Besides he is from a very respected house that should serve as a good example, that's why we are angry," he fumed.

When asked if he believes Mustapha really involved himself in the act, he said he can't really tell.

Checks at the Tamale central police station reveal that some Nigerian sex workers alongside some Ghanaian men were arrested in a joint military and police swoop in the metropolis.

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