It is Soo sad how people normally get arrested for a crime they know nothing about, and usually end up spending a greater part of their lives in prison.
A man is seen in a video trending online sending a message to the Ghanaian Leaders to help protect us all from the recent robbery attacks. From the video, the man was revealing the content of a well packaged good that was brought in by a young man about a day ago.
The man in the video who identified himself as Gabon who works as a 'cargo man' stated that though the package was well wrapped like the others which contained used cloths and other items, he asked his coworker to help him open the package to tell what it's content was as a friend of his was recently given guns unawares. Lo and behold, the content was quite a great number of guns that was wrapped in a number of materials.
According to the man, the Leaders are to give a strong word of caution to the embassies that are in charge of clearing the goods so that they reduce such things from entering the country.
It is no doubt, this is the reason, now even young guys tend to have in their possession guns than they use to claim valuables from people. If this man didn't check the content of the package, he wouldn't have known he had such an item in his shop and it would have put him into trouble one day.
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