The two teenagers are being accused by the police for unlawfully plucking the wild fruit close to the home of the judge.
The Jirapa Police Command have arrested two teenage girls for plucking shea nuts at the residence of a judge.
The two are being accused by the police of unlawfully plucking of wild fruit close to the home of the judge.
They have since been cautioned and granted bail.
According to the Jirapa District Police Commander ASP Daniel Nettey the girls were warned by the judge to stop plucking the shea nuts since he had packed his car under the tree.
“The girls were rude towards the magistrate, so he called the policeman to arrest them. When they were brought, I just instructed that they should caution them and release them so that very evening they were granted bail, I’m yet to go into the case and see the appropriate charge that can best be against them", he said.