Alhaji Asoma Banda who is the owner of Antrak Airlines, has pleaded with the Ghanaian police from his sick bed, to please shot his son on target. In the trending video, the billionaire was seen begging with the Police, to grant him his last wish and do what he asked them to do for him. As he have asked the Police to pull the trigger, any time they see him around his compound.
The entire social media platforms in Ghana have been shocked over the decision of a Popular Billionaire in Ghana, to have his own son eliminated by the police. The wife of the man hardly prevented him from going to see his Father, and the Police have taken him into their custody.
Furthermore, it was gathered that the police had earlier went to the man, to at least confirmed if he actually said this, or that he is under any spell. And he still maintained his stand, that once they set they eyes on him, they should have him shot, so long as they see him in his compound.
Meanwhile, he ordered for more security, where a total of 10 military and over 20 Policemen will have to guard him. But the question that has been on the mind of many Ghanaians is, "What could have happened that have made this man take that decision?
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