Wa: MUSEC visits family of missing security man in Kpongu
Members of the Wa Municipal Security Council (MUSEC) have visited the family of the security man, who has reportedly been kidnapped while at duty post yesterday along Wa Technical road, in Kpongu today.
Led by the chairman of the MUSEC, the Wa Municipal Chief Executive, Alhaji Issahaku Tahiru Moomin, the MUSEC members visited the family to find a way around the missing of a security man.
Mr Moomin, addressing the family, said the MUSEC has come to seek information and collaboration from the family in unravelling the mystery.
The Municipal Crime Officer of the Ghana Police Service, ASP Adongo Appiah assured the family of the support of the police in finding a solution to the problem.
He said the police will do everything possible to bring finality to the recent mysterious killings.
The family of the missing security man said they heard the sad disappearance of the relative and rushed to the scene, and then reported it to the Overlord of the Waala Traditional Area, Wa Naa Seidu Fuseini Pelpuo IV and also the Kpaguri landlords.
They called on the Ghana Police Service to ensure that the perpetrators are found out and brought to full justice.
Earlier Friday morning, the township of Wa woke up to the appearance of yet another security man who looked after some shops around the Wa Technical Institute, and the scene presented evidence of blood stains around his post.
His belongings were neither found in the area.
This came barely two days after another security man of a private school within the same enclave, was reported missing whose scene also left behind blood traces.
A week before, another security man of a filling station was also reported missing and has since not been found.
The residents of Wa, following the incidences, now live in fear and panic as the criminality seems to have gotten out of hand.
A few months back, about four cases of security men being killed and parts of their bodies removed have been reported and the criminals behind the mysteries were yet to be apprehended.
Meanwhile, the Upper West Regional Security Council (RESEC) has outlined some pragmatic strategies and measures put in place in the face of the growing insecurity in the Wa Municipality.
The Ghana Police Service had also said it was working tirelessly to unravel the faces behind the masks in the perpetuation of the mysterious crimes.