A young Ghanaian man probably between the ages of 20 and 30 years has been caught red-handed stealing a laptop and a mobile phone. According to the person who posted this video on social media, this thief was caught stealing these things at a Zongo vicinity in a community called Nkwankwa.
You can see that the Zongo guys have beat this man a little and his mouth is bleeding. The youths put the laptop in this thief's hands as they interrogate him to see why he decided to steal from them. The thief was overhead in the video saying this in the typical Twi language, "When I open the bag I saw a laptop and a mobile phone in it. I know I am stubborn but please forgive. You are my brothers, please forgive me, I will not steal again".
The Zongo guys replied to him saying, " You are such a fool to steal from us. This is your last stop. We will not show you mercy because you don't deserve to be shown mercy". The thief was still pleading with these guys but they refuse to let him go as they have tied his legs with a rope.
One cannot tell what they finally did to him as the video was cut short.
You can also watch the video through the link below:
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