Seidu Mba, a famous Kotoko supporter and an alleged member of the vigilante group associated with the ruling NPP, Delta Force has been arrested in connection with the kidnapping of two Canadian ladies in Kumasi last week around the Royal Golf Club.
The two Canadian ladies were in Ghana on International Volunteer activities and they were kidnapped in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region after they stepped out of their hotel room where they were lodging as they perform their activities on the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.
After the Canadian government flew some security experts from Canada to Ghana to help find and rescue their citizens, a Special Operations team from National Security took charge of the operation on Monday, 10 June and together with the Candian team rescued the two ladies today, Wednesday 12th June.
When the police arrested two of the kidnappers and rescued the Canadians
According to the reports received by Ghpage.com, Seidu Mba was arrested after the two Nigerians who were captured when the Canadians were rescued fingered him as their leader.
Allegedly, Seidu Mba was one of the macho men who stormed the Kumasi High Court in 2017 and freed some members of the Delta Force standing trial. They also manhandled the judge who was sitting on the case at the time.
The notorious Kotoko supporter has incurred the wrath of management of the team on several occasions. Currently, he has been banned from attending training grounds of Kotoko players after he threatened to chase out CK Akonnor from the party.
Seidu Mba is famous for chasing former Kotoko coach Zravdko Lugarusic from the club’s training grounds. He accused him of poor performance as the coach of Kotoko.