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Angel FM Confirms That This Man's Lip Was Cut Off Even After He Was Sent To The Palace For Robbery

By 4realGhana | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 13060 views

A middle age man's lips has been cut off according to the latest report of Angel FM Ghana

According to the report the unknown man was in the midst of a crowd when a mobile phone got missing.Upon further investigations amongst the people gathered, he was tagged as the the thief

The report revealed that at this point he was lynched heavily by the group of people who had surrounded him by that time.He was beaten heavily and later sent to a Chief's palace in that vicinity

According to the report, the man's lip was cut off even after being sent to the palace for robbery and due to the severity of the cut, he was treated immediately.The cut was to serve as deterrent to others

The police have since taken control of the situation as quickly as possible

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