Armed robbers are part of the people who cause threats to the Ghana police service and put the life of civilians in danger. They also hinder the peace we have as a nation.
In the news, reported by UTV a notorious armed robber who has been declared wanted in Ashanti Region - Kumasi for six good years finally has been arrested. According to the reports, this notorious armed robber called Baba Musah robbed travelers who are mostly market women (traders). He sometimes killed and even rape most of them with his gang.
He declared wanted when DSP Kofi Boakye was serving in the Ashanti region. Unfortunately, he wasn't able to arrest this notorious armed robber and his gang. As the proverb says "everyday day for the thief man one day for the master". Upon several attempts, Baba Musah has finally met his meter". If he was using black magic to escape this time the charm failed and he is now tasting the sweetness of prison.
This is good news for most traders, who travel from Kumasi to other places to trade. Congratulations to the Ghana police service for doing a great job.
They should do more and help keep the peace we have as a nation.
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