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Breaking: Private Security At The Adansi Rural Bank Stubbed To Death

It very surprising, Ghana we knew to be a peaceful country now has turned merely into something else that no one can sit to reason. It so heartbreaking for such a peaceful country to over time be recording murder case.

Touching on murder cases in Ghana, I will start with the Abesim killer. This Abesim killer by name Richard was arrested for allegedly killing and storing human bodies in his refrigerator. Following his murder was another murder case which was said to have happened in Assin District, Assin Foso, the suspected murderer was arrested for keeping human skulls in his room. This didn't end there, another Okada driver was arrested for beheading a 13 year boy. Counting on all the murder case, Ghana in 2021 has recorded over 306 murder cases which is nothing to write home about.

Just yesterday, Ghana has again recorded a murder case as robbers attacked and stabbed private security to death. According to the report, the deceased was a private security at the Adansi rural bank. This man was said to be on duty at the night as he turns to his duty. The man got attacked by a group of robbers in haunt for money, tied him up after which they stabbed him to death. Information gathered was, the robbers also attacked the ATM machine, stole a flat screen TV which they went away with it.

The Ghana poloce have started Investigation to unveil the real killers of the deceased.

Per my view, this rapid rise in murder cases aside puting fear into citizens will go a long way to discourage investors since no one will ever want to invest in with rise in murder cases and infact if the country continues to record such murder cases, we are mysteriously going decline in development since this is may cause a huge financial loss to the nation.

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