3 Ghanaians Subjected Suspects To Jungle Justice arrested

Three Ghanaian men have been arrested for subjecting two suspected thieves to jungle justice at Danfa near Accra, after accusing them of stealing, Graphic Online reports.

The two artisans, Kwaku Akorli, 51 and Hope Hortor, 28, were tied to bamboo sticks and submerged in a manhole filled with water after they were accused of stealing iron rods. .

They were, however, rescued by the police after a distress call. When the duo were rescued, they were very weak and struggling to catch their breath and were rushed to the hospital.

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The owner of the building, Manasseh Adzroku and his two accomplices, Victor Harrison and Collins Amoako, have since been arrested by the police.

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