You recall, that today at 2.30 am, a piece of big sad news has hit Mr. Dzudzorli Gakpey, MP-elect for Keta Constituency.
According to information we have picked up established that some unidentified heavily built men, numbering about 10 and backed by Ak47 assault rifles storm his residence this dawn.
The robbers inflicted bruises on him and made away with 2500 Ghana cedis.
Following these developments, the police through some sources in Keta have picked up two persons connection with the attack.
The latest information reaching Accra News sources have it that the MP-elect has been discharged with an ambulance to his resident at Anlo Afiadenyigba, where the attack happened.
Meanwhile, the police station in Anlo Afiadenyigba has been closedown and personnel transferred.
Earlier, the Volta Regional Commander initially reached a deal to transfer the officers in one week but that has changed citing the security of the officers on whose watch the incident has happened.
As it stands, the "police station" in Anlo Afiadenyigba has been closed pending new officers to fill the vacant position left behind by the former.
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