Accra has yet recorded another sad and horrifying news. Latest news has it that areas around the Pokuase Interchange is becoming a den for thieves. These armed men attack their victims leaving injuries on them. This time their victim was a young lady.
According to the lady who was sent to the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, her assailant tried to rape her. The victim lives in a compound house in Pokuase. She narrated on Accra based Angel FM this afternoon that she woke up around 4am in the morning to visit the loo. However, she was interrupted by a young man who complained of stomach pains and lateness and as such wanted to use the place.
She said she came out and proceeded to the bathroom only to be accosted by the man who tried to rape her. When she resisted he brought out a knife and started to cut her. As she tried to scream he took away her phone and bolted away. The lady in pains continued her screams causing her colleague tenants to assist and take her to the hospital.
According to the landlord the thief used the backdoor of the house. the case has been reported at the Pokuase Police Station pending investigation.
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