Nigerians are known to be good ambassadors in every country that they may find themselves.
However, there are a few bad eggs whose activities can tarnish the impeachable image of the country in foreign countries.
In this light, the activities of thirty seven (37) Nigerian suspect who were arrested in Ghana for various robbery offences have been causing mixed reactions on Facebook.
The news noted that, at a robbery incident that happened at Agona Wassa, some of the suspect were involved.
Thomas Osei-Ababio, the Tarkwa Municipal Police Commander Chief Superintendent Thomas Osei-Ababio confirmed the arrest saying it was possible through intelligence they had gathered.
The robbery case which happened at a fuel station saw the criminals tie up the security man and made away with a cash of 6,000 Ghana cedis.
Osei-Ababio said two out of the 37 suspects have been identified as being part of the robbery.
See the reactions from readers below.
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