It seems Ghanaians have had enough of the ongoing crime situations in Ghana and are tempted to take matters into their own hands.
A similar incident has happened at Assin Fosu in the Central Region of Ghana where a twenty-seven-year-old armed robber was nearly beaten to death by a mob.
According to sources the suspect who goes by the name Gideon Addai attacked one person with a gun in an attempt to get hold of certain important items including money.
Unfortunately for Gideon Addai, he was identified by some group of men who got hold of him in the act.
He was accompanied by four other men who escaped from the scene leaving Gideon behind. It took the intervention of the Police to save the life of Gideon Addia who was nearly beaten to death.
In as much as we all combating crime in our various communities, let's not take situations into our own hands to the extent of killing. It will be advisable to hand them over to the Police.
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