Yesterday Sakasaka township in the northern region was set ablaze by two scammers who engaged in fierce gun battle over the ownership of a client they were both scamming.
This is the level at which sakawa in Ghana has gotten to, where children of school going ages who wants to become billionaires overnight without working will wield gun to kill his fellow over a client they are both stealing from.
One of the guys was seen wielding the gun and moving towards the house of the other, gunshot was fired and the community members started screaming
The shooting incident left the community members running away and creaming. Children and elders alike trying to escape the incidence of stray bullets.
This is the time parents must take keen interest in the source of income of their wards. Some of these young guys will start driving corolla and no one knows the work they do. When they fail to succeed in scamming, they use these same guns to rob mobile money vendors and petrol shells in town. Very unfortunate.
These same Sakawa boys end up on our roads to rob travellers of their goods
Here is the link to the video.
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