We’re in the season of Prison Break in Ghana has another one has occurred barely two weeks after we recorded the first time at a police cell at Ashaiman-Atadeka.
This new one has occurred in Sandema in the Builsa North District of the Upper East region — it’s reported that seven prisoners escaped.
According to a report by mynewsgh, the convicted prisoners were locked at the custody awaiting their transfer to Gambaga prisons.
But suddenly they started acting aggressively and apprehensive and started hitting the cell’s metal gate.
Sensing danger, the police on duty while in the process of taking steps to call for reinforcement to prevent their intended plans, seven out of the ten convict prisoners escaped by forcing the metal plate at the lower part of the gate inn to gain ingress to the corridor and forced the wooden door leading to the charge office open.
The seven include Amondrn Azaari, Kwesi Achalipaabey, Albert Walera, Awenyok David, Moses Amoak, Kaseley Nab and Abaniakame Adocta.
A serious search has been launched for them.