People of Ahenema Kokoben in the Ashanti Region of Ghana did not hear a good news as a security man watching over a shop has been killed by armed robbers. According to the information that was monitored on Angel News, these fully armed robbers were able to go to the shop at dawn and first attacked the security man. A2 company limited is a shop that deals with building materials and other merchandise.
When they entered, it is not actually known whether the security man was struggling with them or not but they tied him with a robe and stabbed him until he gave up the ghost. After they were able to execute that action, they went ahead and took away with cash worth over 800,000 Ghana cedis in addition. As if that was enough they also climbed upstairs and broke into other shops that are in the same building and looted some cash from the shops.
So before they were leaving the operation grounds they took money worth over 100,000 Ghana cedis and bolted with everything. The sad aspect of the matter is the fact that they took the life of the security man who was harmless and wasn't wielding any weapon to fight them back. Even after restraining him they could have begun their operation without touching him but after bolting with such huge amount of money, they left him to perish in such a painful manner. The sad incident has sent shock deep down the spines of the natives of Ahenema Kokoben as the police have also begun with their investigations to bring the perpetrators of this evil act to book.
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