Broad daylight robbery seems to be rampant in Ghana this week. A few hours ago, a video surfaced online showing how a woman was robbed in traffic by six armed robbers on three motorbikes. Reports from the inhabitants of Kwashieman, Greater Accra show that another man has been robbed today. This man was also shot by these armed robbers.
Nobody knows what happened but all they heard was a gunshot. This incident happened this afternoon, Thursday, 23rd September 2021 on the street. The people living within the vicinity screamed when they heard the gunshot but waited for the robbers to go away because they were afraid. When they got to the scene, they found the man in your pictures by the roadside.
The man was in the pool of blood as they carried him to a safer side of the road to look for a taxi to take him to the hospital. Checking the image below, blood was draining from the man when they carried him to a safer side of the road. Some of the eyewitnesses said in the video that the robbers shot him by the roadside and took whatever they were looking for.
It appears this man was passing by before he was robbed by these robbers on motorbikes.
You can also watch the video through the link below:
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