Not long ago, it was reported by the Ghana police that a police officer was shot dead alongside a bystander at Jamestown near timber market during the process of a bullion van robbery.
This issues because a serious threat to the national security. And it even became a political issue as some politicians claimed that the issues doesn’t make the country insecure.
This afternoon according to Angel Fm’s news dubbed “Orgasm news” the police has arrested six men involved in the bullion van heist which left a policeman dead. They were arrested in Kibi which is a very quiet town with low robbery cases.
Accordinv to the police, the first person wanted to vanish, but after he was shot on the legs, his vanishing medicine failed. And he led to the arrest of 5 others which 3 where citizens of Guinea and the others Ghanaians.What do you think should be done to these notorious criminals? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.
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