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02-Mar-2012  
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The chief and elders of Anum Apapam in the Suhum Kraboa Coaltar District have given Kwamla Adjololo, a fetish priest, one month ultimatum to leave the town or face the wrath of the people.

Kwadwo Aboagye, an “Asafoatse”, told the Ghana News Agency that the decision was taken after an emergency meeting by 16 local chiefs, elders, a cross- section of the community and some religious leaders at Anum Apapam at the weekend.

He said the continued stay of Adjololo in the town was a threat to the community, especially children and the wives of people in the area.

According to Asafoatse Aboagye, Adjololo for several years was residing at Akorabo, near Suhum, but was expelled by the chiefs and elders of the community for indulging in social vices like kidnapping of school children, amorous relations with people’s wives and “Sakawa” among others.

He said Adjololo later came to reside at Anum Apapam and started practicing as a herbal doctor.

Asafoatse Aboagye said ever since Adjololo came to reside in the town the chief and elders had received several reports from the people about Adjololo alleged kidnapping of school children and flirting with people’s wives.

He said Adjololo was invited on several occasions to respond to the allegations but refused to attend the summons.

He alleged that on February 09, a brother of Adjololo allegedly raped a married woman and the case was reported to the chief and elders of the town.

Asafoatse Aboagye said both Adjololo and the rapist were summoned before the chiefs and elders in the town but they refused to attend the summons and rather rained insults on them.

He said that developed into misunderstanding between the youth on one side and Adjololo and his brother on the other side which later turned into free for all fight but with the timely intervention of the police, the situation was brought under control.

 
 
 
 

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