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Accra: 10 People Arrested Over Violent Chieftaincy Clashes In Jamestown

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Ten persons have been arrested by the Police in Jamestown, Accra, after a violent clash that took place in the area on Sunday.

A car was burnt, with the glasses of other vehicles smashed, in an attack which is said to have been ignited by a chieftaincy dispute.


During a visit to the community, there had been a heavy security deployment to the Jamestown palace following the incident.


The Priest of the Jamestown Palace, Nii Ayitey Konko V narrating the incident  called on the government and opinion leaders to step in and resolve the chieftaincy dispute in the area.


He narrated that one Asher who calls himself a priest and claims to be the rightful heir to the Jamestown throne keeps attacking the Palace with land guards in his bid to be crowned king.





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