[3News Live] 2 out 7 arrested in Nima clashes on admission under police guard

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Two of the seven youth arrested over Tuesday’s violent clashes in Nima are on admission at the Police Hospital under security guard.

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This was revealed by the Director-General of Public Affairs of the Ghana Police Service, ACP Kwesi Ofori.

Nima fight will continue at Wembley Park in Kotobabi – Fear-gripped resident

One of the residents who witnessed the violent shoot-out of two youth groups in Nima on Tuesday, January 18 fears the feuding factions will continue at the Wembley Park in neighbouring Kotobabi.

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Speaking to host Berla Mundi on TV3‘s New Day on anonymity on Wednesday, the shop attendant said the youth usually gather at a base near the Park to drink and that’s where the annual occurrence continues.

A day after Black Stars shock AFCON exit

It is a day after Ghana put up arguably the worst performance in a Cup of Nations, going on a winless run and disappointingly losing to a debutant side, Comoros Islands.

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