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Security agencies for Ghana said they managed to stop plans of some persons who want to take over the government of current leader, Nana Akufo-Addo.

The security agencies mount dawn operation last Friday when they  arrested the suspects who  planned in detail how they would take over the country.

According to press statement by the  Information Ministry release, the security agencies carry out joint operation for 15 months, and  the survey they gathered as evidence on activities of the suspects.

“The joint operation neutralize  elaborate the plot they target the Presidency, and the ultimate aim of destabilizing the country. The arrest then seizure, they come after fifteen (15) months of surveillance”  the statement that Kojo Oppong Nkrumah signed and read.

They arrested three suspects, Dr Frederick Yao Mac-Palm and Ezor Kafui, who are local weapon manufacturers and Bright Allan Debrah Ofosu.

Information Ministry says “between June and August 2018, BB, who they act on behalf of Dr. Mac-Palm, contact some military personnel who they powered and they tried to run away, then planned to execute the take over.”
Image copyrightTWITTER/SERWAA AMIHEREImage example of the weapons authorities seized.

An interview :
"Dem hold meetings for secret locations like Next Door Beach wey at some point saf dem test dema weapons for Laboma beach areas."

"Weapons wey de security agencies find for de Citadel Hospital for Alajo afta a search be five locally manufactured pistols plus magazines, foreign pistol (Reg. No. PX154006) plus two magazines, three locally manufactured pistol barrels, three smoke grenades, long knife den stuff."

" As information den supposed pictures of de coup plotters den dema weapons drop, social media start dey question why e check like authorities exaggerate de matter."
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End of Facebook post by Lamtiig

For social media top, some Ghanaians dey wonder if de three suspects get kapa wey dem go take face Ghana Armed Forces.

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