Burkinabe gunman arrested in Upper West
A suspected Burkinabe gunman has been arrested at Hamile in the Upper West Region of Ghana.
The suspect, Bilgo Tibila Desire, born January 1, 1968, was reportedly picked up during a church mass in Hamile on Sunday, June 2, 2019.
A search conducted on him allegedly revealed a gun loaded with 9 bullets.
However, the suspect, according to reports, has been sent to regional police headquarters in Wa.
Investigations are said to be ongoing in the matter.
A search on him further revealed a purported national identification card of Burkina Faso which indicates that he is a Macon (French word for builder).
Another identity card found on him shows that he is a Director of a Burkinabe firm named Establissment Bilgo Tibila & Freres.