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Tamale Children’s Home Managress in the grips of police for allegedly stealing food items


The Central Managress of the Nyohini Children’s Home, Mawulorm Afelete has been granted bail by the Northern regional police  for allegedly stealing food items meant for the children.

She was trailed by the youth of the area from the home to the VIIP station in the central business district of Tamale.

The woman  was reportedly curting some of the food items ranging from cutains of millo, milk, roasted meat, bags of rice, bottle water, toiletries, mimini bags of maize among others to attend a funeral at her late sister’s funeral at her home town.
A ram and goat believe to be a gift from some benevolence was also found on her.

Only last month Madam Afelete complained about the home not getting donations from philanthropist and attributed to the outbreak of COVID-19 after receiving huge items including a bull from Ibrahim Mahama.

Northern Regional Police Crime Officer, Superintendent Bernard Baba Ananga who the incident to the media said Madam Mawulorm Afelete is assisting investigation into the matter.

Mr Jamal-Deen Abukari who led the youth to trailed the managress  told Zaa News that she was trailed upon a tip-of when the items was loaded in a tricycle.

Mr Jamal-Deen explained that they did not want arrest Madam Afelete at the home because she could have find an excuse and denied the act.

According to Mr Jamal-Deen, they  took videos  of her from the home to twon before confronting her.
When we confronted her at the lorry station, she initially denied and started making calls and before we could say jack, people surrounded us, Mr Jamal-Deen narrated.

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