On 1st October , 2021 , a joint group of robbers , attacked Sadako Ventures, a lotto clossing office that belongs to one Mr. Sadako , a brother Keta Member of Parliament , Hon. Dzudzorli Gakpey.
These armed men shoots indiscriminately, destroyed valuables, made away with huge amount of money, and without mercy for the old woman in the house, beats her mercilessly. These robbers moreover shot to kill the MP for Keta as he also availed himself to assist his brother, but the MP escaped unhurt by God's grace , he testified.
Police and the community folks organised ,which resulted in the arrest of five Suspected criminals which were sent to the Police Head Quarters for further investigations.
The names of earlier arrested criminals' names and ages have being revealed officially, which includes some well known names. The rest of the names will be communicated soon if investigations allow so.
Below is a new development communicated by the Police investigative team.
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