At the late hours of Saturday, April 17, a mobile money vendor, has been attacked, robbed and killed by some armed robbers who managed to escape the residents who may have spot and pursue them.
According to eyewitnesses, the mobile money vendor by name Bright Aike was just wrapping up with his business of the day when some unidentified and unknown number of armed who stormed the shop around 5pm this evening.
The incident occured way ahead of time before the body of the victim was identified by some customers who came to the shop to do some mobile money transactions (to make deposits to be precise).
The witnesses said that he was found halfway dead in a pool of blood. The residents around quickly informed the police and he was rashed to the hospital. However, he could not make it. He was later confirmed dead by the police.
Further investigations shows that many of these unfortunate incidents have been occuring on a regular basis, just that know one dies. Armed robbers literally enter shops and loot every thing they deem fit and go scot-free. Any attempt made to impede their operations will either cost you your life or you will end up baldly injured.
The residents of Accra at this particular place are therefore calling on the Ghana Police Service to put in stricter measures to ensure that everyone is protected and safe at least during the day time.
To face the truth, these incidents occur very often at the Kwame Nkrumah circle in Accra. Therefore, the Ghana Police Service has put in measures to ensure that all these criminals and armed robbers are captured as possible to ensure that lives are safe.
Just yesterday around 6pm, a similar incident nearly occured at the same place when some two armed robbers tried to attack a businesman returning from work. He was nearly robbed but for the fact that too many people were patrolling the area, he was rescued.
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