A young man was attacked, beaten and stabbed in Accompong Town over the weekend.
The man is alleging that his attackers used a silver gun to hit him in his face. The young man who is supposedly the nephew of Chief Richard Currie suffered several wounds to his body, from face to feet.
The victim, described as an individual with mental challenge, stated in a recording that his attackers were taking out their stress on him because he is weak and no one will stand up for him. In a kind and just society, this should never be the case. Those most vulnerable are always to be protected from vagabonds and scoundrels.
On a recording a man can be heard saying he was at a party when an individual came to him and told him the Chief said the party should lock off.
One of the attackers who it is being alleged was part of the attack recently made a post on social media stating, ” let mi tell u this bredda my Chief didn’t have to call any Arm Force to shut down the party that goes tru the Government of Accompong.. Chief Richard Currie had more than enough force in Accompong to carry out his ORDER..”
It is the Chief’s duty to maintain order in Accompong. Recently a video circulated with Chief Currie imploring that Accompong was a town of order. But order cannot be maintained by thugs.
This latest incident is not going down well with members of the Maroon State.
Accompong News is insisting on the Chief that a full hearing be held and the young man is given justice. Those responsible for the attack must be held accountable.
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