Police in Dansoman have arrested five suspects namely Akwasi Boateng alias "Honourable", Michael Marfo Ohene alias "Ghost", Bismarck Tawiah, Richard Walker and Prince Nketiah with fake bundles of assorted currency including dollars, CFA and Ghana Cedis.
Police also retrieved a pistol and ice chest mixed with powder from them at their hotel room in Dansoman in the Greater Accra region. Suspects were arrested on 29th June 2021.
The Police continue to urge the public to volunteer crime information to the Police to help curb crime.
The crime rate in Ghana now is very alarming. Many young individuals have formed crime syndicates to indulge in one crime or the other. This will be attributed to unemployment or other lame excuses.
Recently, people have also started patronising the services of money doublers' both on television and other media. The public should be cautious of such crooks who are finding ways and means to survive in a more complicated society like Ghana.
If you're not fortunate, you will flagged as an accomplice to the fake mallams, lottery forecasters and other unscrupulous people in the society. Even though the level of unemployment and hardship in the country is very high, resort to only legitimate means of earning a living. There has never been any shortcut to success. Even if there is, it is short lived with many strings attached
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