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The picture you see above is a man who is shot dead by unidentified robbers in Being Ahafo region Ghana in Yeji.
The incident is heart breaking when we head it. From the news, this man was shot through the heart and could not survive it.
According to witness account, the driver was driving backward that is reverse when he came in contact with the armed Robbers on the highway this afternoon.
The Armed Robbers notice that they could not reach the driver since they wanted something from him, they started firing through the glass and low and behold the chest of the driver received direct bullets from the armed Robbers and he could not breathe again.
Before the police could reach there, the robbers excaped. Currently we can't tell how they made it away and which way they passed but the police are seriously investigating the situation.
We got to realize that this man was robbed after he died. Please robbers, why are you making us to forever fear to trust our armies since we don't hear any robbers arrest.
Please pray for Ghana
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