Fulani Cattle Owner Allegedly Kidnapped At Sinkono

Information reaching DGN Online indicates that one Seidu Alai, a 40-year-old cattle owner has been allegedly kidnapped at Sinkono in the Bole district of the Savannah region.

The Savannah Regional Police Public Relations Officer, Inspector Adjekum Owusu who confirmed the incident to DGN Online, on September 6, 2021, the assemblyman for the Mankuma Electoral Area, Sumani Abu accompanied by Alhaji Fuseini Musah came to the station and formally reported that at Sinkono two men went to kidnap Alai Seidu, 40, at his compound where he stays with the wife and five children to an unknown destination.

According to him, police have commenced investigations into the matter to rescue the victim and apprehend the suspects.

Inspector Owusu however appealed to residents to volunteer credible information about any suspicious characters they come across in the community to the police for quick response.

“Residents around the area should have confidence in the police that we will protect them.”

Meanwhile, no call has been received from the alleged kidnappers yet by the victims family.

The Savannah Region in recent times has witnessed several alleged kidnap cases in the region mostly involving Fulani cattle owners and their families.

It is believed that the Fulani’s have many cattle and for that matter, they normally sell them to pay for any ransom requested the reason why they are always the target.

FROM Eric Kombat, Sinkono