Sawing Off Railway Lines: Be Cautious!! These Scrap Dealers Are Wicked – Opanyin Agyekum Cautions Twifo Nuamakrom Chief | General News



Professor Kofi Agyekum, popularly known as Opanyin Agyekum, has appealed to the Ghana Police Service to deploy officers to Twifo Nuamakrom within the Central Area and arrest some welders and scrap sellers sawing off railway sleepers and tracks locally.

The railway traces cross by means of Twifo Nuamakrom from Huni Valley by means of Assin Fosu to Adjen Kotoku within the Larger Accra Area.

The scrap sellers, in response to the Chief of Nuamakrom within the Ati-Morkwaa Conventional Space, Nana Akrofi Koram, use fuel welding machines and hacksaw in sawing off the railway sleepers and tracks.

“They reduce, take away and soften them to promote,” Nana Akrofi Koram disclosed in an interview with Kwami Sefa Kayi on Peace FM’s ‘kokrokoo’ programme Tuesday Morning.

“The entire of Monday they have been sawing off them. We name the Police and instantly they go away, they arrive again,” he added.

The suspects then load the traces onto a tricycle (Aboboyaa) and take them away.

Reacting to the problem, Opanyin Agyekum bemoaned the inhumane act by the welders and scrap sellers and known as the eye of the Police to their exercise within the space.

He additionally suggested the Chief to be cautious stating if the individuals can reduce the railway traces with reckless abandon, they’ll equally trigger hurt or inflict their wickedness on him.

“The Chief must be very cautious and cautious as a result of these unscrupulous persons are depraved. The Police ought to instantly go there,” he stated.

Supply: Ameyaw Adu Gyamfi/



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