Enchi chieftaincy dispute: How CCTV camera captured palace attack [Video]

Video evidence has surfaced just a day after Enchi police started an inquiry into a chieftaincy dispute.

The CCTV footage shows the siege of the palace on Sunday in the Western North Region by the alleged attackers.

Four persons were shot that morning, leaving one at Enchi Government Hospital in severe condition.

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The event reportedly occurred early on November 6, 2022, when Beyeeman Tano Kwao Benbuin II, the paramount chief of the Enchi Traditional council, was attacked at his palace by an anonymous gang thought to be community members.

In the footage, a group of roughly a dozen guys can be seen using firearms, knives, and other assault weapons to bully their way through the streets of Enchi.

Two of them halted at one point and fired into the air before moving toward the palace.

The CCTV camera that was put in front of the chief’s palace caught this.

Watch CCTV video

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