A female Ghanaian cop is purportedly asking a driver to return her iPhone 12 professional max which she carelessly left inside his vehicle in the wake of accepting hush money from him.
As indicated by him, the episode happened at the designated spot in Sogakope while he was making a trip from Aflao to Accra on August 1, 2021.
He made a Facebook post get-togethers episode, revealing that subsequent to offering the supposed incentive to the said official, he then, at that point drove off, just to acknowledge later during his movement that the official had traded the GH¢200 with her costly telephone.
He described in the post how he begged the cop bountifully for benevolence yet she was determined and in fact took the whole cash he had planned for his outing.
Afolabi who professed to be irresolute about whether to return the telephone to the cop is looking for the assessments of his devotees.
"She said she will hold onto my driver's permit and seize the vehicle to their office. Be that as it may, after much supplication for quite a long time (more than 3 hrs), she chose to gather GH¢200 last from me and which was the cash I had planned for my fuel and different costs. I gave her the cash SADLY and turned out well for me.
"I was going to enter the Tema motorway when a telephone rang adjacent to me, and I was amazed to see Apple's iPhone 12 master max on my front seat.
"I picked the call just to find that the Police official failed to remember her telephone in my vehicle. Presently she's imploring me to return the telephone to her. If you somehow managed to be from my point of view, what will you do???" he asked in the Facebook post.
What will you do?
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