13 individuals have been detained by the Northern Regional Police Command for reportedly storming Tamale District Court 1.
On Monday, August 28, a group of irate Tamale citizens invaded the Tamale District Court to see a case involving a businessman named Karim Osman who is allegedly involved in drug trafficking.
Police and a variety of the teenagers who attempted to get into the courtroom got into a fight.
To get the gathering to disperse, the police had to fire five warning shots.
As a result, 13 people were taken into custody by armed police.
The cops seized more than 100 of the young people’s motorcycles.
The youth of Aboabo in Tamale sent 16 paramount chiefs, including the Ya-Naa, police, and the food and drugs authority, a letter in January of this year requesting that they deal with the sale and use of illegal narcotics in the city.
A businessman named Karim Osman’s many cartons of pills that were thought to be tramadol were recently seized by the gang.
But on Tuesday, August 15, the suspect filed a lawsuit against the teen at the Tamale District Court.
On Monday, August 28, the young people invaded the courtroom where the case was being heard, but 13 individuals were arrested as a result of a miscommunication between the police and the young people.