Three Police Officers Attacked In Salaga For Demanding To Enforce Coronavirus Laws
View pictures in App save up to 80% data. A Number Of Merrymakers At Salaga In The Savannah Region Have Attacked Police Officers Called In To Adhere COVID-19 Laws.
One Of The Three Officers Who Was Pelted With Stone And Suffered Injuries In The Neck Part Is Recently On Admission At The Salaga Government Hospital Where He Is Being Take Care Of.
The Episode Happened At About 11:00 P.M. Tuesday At Edipe Where More Than 100 Individuals Had Gathered And Were Dancing To Loud Music In Obvious Defiance Of Social Distancing And Mandatory Wearing Of Nose Mask.
View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Their Action, According To The Police, Was In Commit A Breach Of The Burden Of Restrictions Act.
Salaga Divisional Police Commander, Chief Overseer Amos Yeliso, Told 3news.com Wednesday That On The Return Of Clever That Particular Folks Were Flouting The Law, The Three Officers Who Were On Obligation Rushed To The Area.
He Narrated That Upon Approaching The Venue at 11:00 pm, The Police Saw A Huge Crowd Numbering About Hundred Playing Music And Dancing While Disregarding Social Distancing And Not Putting On Nose Mask Protocols.
According To Him, The Crowd Began Pelting The Three Officers As They Tried To Conform The Law, Avoiding Them With A Various Of Degrees Of Injuries.
Three Persons; Alhassan Yussif, 22 Years; Salifu Yussif, 28 Years And Mohammed Abudu, 22 Were Later arrest2ed.
A Black Unregistered Motorbike And More Or Less Musical Instruments Were Apprehended From The Scene.
The Three Suspects Were Arraigned Wednesday On Charges Of Attacking Public Officer At The Salaga Borough Court.