Many people are complaining about the current situation in the country. Some said it better while others say things are not going on well. But no matter what is going on in the country, it doesn't mean robbery should be the best option. Now, most of the youths wants easy ways to make money and because of that, they engage themselves in all sort of illegal jobs such as robbery and money rituals.
According to a video on social media, a gentleman was caught on camera punching a suspected thief in public. According to information gathered, it is alleged that the suspected thief was trying to steal the gentleman's phone at Zongo junction, Accra.
According to the video, you could see how the the suspected thief was receiving punches after attempting to steal the gentlemen’s phone in public.
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