The recent circulating news that has undoubtedly caused a massive stir, debates, and arguments across all social media platforms was when another innocent mobile money vendor narrated how he was unexpectedly attacked by a notorious armed robbery gang.
According to the victim, Israel Mawuena, the notorious armed robbery gang attacked him early in the morning at Ashaiman in the Greater Accra region as he nearly lost his life after struggling his save his saving considering how he worked tirelessly for it.
“They came on a motorbike and one of them face a warning shot to put fear in bystanders and prevent them from trying to rescue me. One of the attackers came directly on me and we struggled for some time before his colleague told him to shoot my leg. I started bleeding and suddenly felt unconscious. They took everything away”, the victim, Israel Mawuena emphatically revealed.
What do you think the IGP, Dampare, and the Security services can implement in other to put a stop to the unexpected attacks on hardworking and innocent Ghanaians by notorious armed men especially mobile money considering the current economic hardship in the country even though most individuals claimed otherwise?
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