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The capture of four people, two of them Guineans, over their speculated outfitted burglary exercises particularly, the homicide of the youthful constable, involves concern. 

Albeit these are early days yet, we have cause to be amped up for the advance being made by the law implementation specialists. 

Significantly seriously energizing and enlightening is the way that two of the suspects are non-Ghanaians, their supposed inclusion in the Adedenkpo bullion theft standing tall. 

The achievement came to so far has been made conceivable through open/police collaboration. 

Without such collaboration, the police would be stuck in their examinations. 

Non Ghanaian burglars, it will show up, have found in Ghana a protected spot to employ their executioner occupation. 

It will be educational to discover the number of burglary activities such outsiders have attempted since they relocated to Africa's second most tranquil country. 

Our hospitability has been extended to the creases and we are starting to shout out though faintly. Obviously, we have never been xenophobic and that is the motivation behind why we have held onto numerous nationals over many years, some of them unlawful transients. 

We may not change our inviting nature since that is imbued in our DNA; we will oppose it in any case, when such illicit travelers hold hands with nearby lawbreakers to embrace equipped theft in this country. 

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