For sometime now, the issues of robbery across the country has been on rise and most of these robbers are usually armed and they often live their victims dead or badly injured.
Even yesterday a case of an armed robbery case happened at a forex bureau in Osu and this even happened a few meters away from the Nima police headquarters.
This afternoon, it has been reported by Angel Fm’s afternoon news dubbed “Orgasm news” that a taxi driver has been by an armed robber for his car at Ohwim Amanfrom in the Ashanti region. And due to a little restrain from the taxi driver, the armed robber tied him to the end of his taxi and dragged him on the road till he died.
And as at now, the armed robber has been arrested after a police man had the courage to stop him whiles he was driving the car away.
What do you think of these recent armed robberies? What do you think should be done to this man? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.
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