Unidentified security operatives in Ghana have seized four Indian businessmen in a dawn operation in a town called Ahodwo near Kumasi in the country’s Ashanti region.
Two other Ghanaians who work for these Indians were also been seized, according to local media reports.
The whereabouts of these Indians and Ghanaians have not yet been made public.
Security officials have also not disclosed enough details about the operation.
According to Africa Feeds sources within the security set up in Ghana, the seizure might be related to gold trading.
The security operatives during their raid took away bags full of money, 13 mobile phones, gold nuggets, and other gadgets belonging to the suspects.
JOY FM, a local media outlet reported that National Security and the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) have denied having anything to do with the operation.
Family members of some of those seized have called for the disclosure of their whereabouts.