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Weija West Hills Mall: Manager arrested for blocking China Mall entrance with stones

Weija: West Hills Mall Manager arrested for blocking China Mall entrance with stones

Weija West Hills Mall: Manager arrested for blocking China Mall entrance with stones

The Book Runner of West Hills Mall at Weija and another individual have been rounded up by the Weija Divisional Police Command for supposedly impeding the passageway to China Mall, likewise at Weija, with stones.

The police captured the office Chief of West Hills Mall, Mr James Mensah, 42; and a 44-year-old project worker Samuel Annum Adjei on Saturday, 30 October 2021.

“On Saturday, 30 October 2021, at around 2:00 am, the police at Weija got a trouble call from the security man at China Mall that a few people were there with a dump truck warning rocks at the passage of the China Mall situated behind the West Hills Mall,” an assertion from the police said.

The police said it moved to the scene right away.

The police said it “saw that the passageway to the shopping center, without a doubt, had been obstructed with rocks.”

The two suspects, as per the assertion, escaped after seeing the police yet were pursued and captured.

“The two suspects have conceded to the offense and have been forewarned”, the police proclamation said, adding that the two of them are “as of now in police care helping with examinations”.

The police said the rocks have been created some distance from the passage of China Mall.

Source : africaneditors.com

Weija: West Hills Mall Manager arrested for blocking China Mall entrance with stonesWeija: West Hills Mall Manager arrested for blocking China Mall entrance with stones
The boulders at the entrance of China Mall

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