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According to reports by Joy News, a lady was shot dead by two suspected robbers at Maxima Junction in Kumasi, Ashanti Region. Some eyewitnesses said two suspected armed robbers on a motorbike shot her late in the night around 9:30 PM yesterday while they bolted away with the phone of the lady.
This news received a lot of reactions when JoyNews posted it on its Facebook page. Many were surprised that the incident had happened. Others also raised questions about the state of insecurity in the country and called for this problem to be tackled as soon as possible.
One account user made reference to a statement made by the Inspector General of Police (IGP) when some robbery incidents took place few weeks ago.
The account user wrote, "Before Yesterday Ejura, Yesterday Wa, Today Kumasi. Inspector General of Police (I. G. P) will come out and tell the General Public that 'We are not in Heaven' ..."
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