News coming in indicates that two persons by name Mr. Yaw who is around 60 years and another woman by name Dibuone Akua who is also 40 years have met their untimely death after armed robbers attacked their village.
According to reports by TV3 Ghana, the robbers attacked Mamadukoraa, a farming community in the Chache Electoral Area of the Bole District in the early hours of Saturday April 9. The thieves made away with several properties of the people in the locality and in addition killed two persons.
This is a sad news indeed coming from the Savannah region. There are reports that the Ghana Police is looking into this matter to bring the suspects to book. It is also alleged that the Bole district has recently been a targeted area for robbers.
May Their Souls Rest In Peace.
It is time we equip the Ghana Police service with all tools they need so that robbery attacks in the country would be curtailed.
Source: TV3 Ghana
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