Two Nigerians arrested for robbery near Ghana’s Presidential Villa

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Two Nigerian men have arrived stuck in an unfortunate situation for sunlight theft close to the presidential castle in Ghana.

The two speculated criminals who have been caught – allegedly emptied the feels sick of their casualty at the Flagstaff House movement light and grabbed GH¢6,000 (0ver 400 thousand naira) he had pulled back from a bank at Osu.

As per 3News, the light theft allegedly happened Wednesday evening. The two suspects, Ndubueze Odoemenam and Chiokoko Amadie, as indicated by the Cantonment Divisional Commander, ACP Winfred Frimpong, trailed their casualty from a bank in Osu.

The police said the casualty halted at the activity light at Flagstaff House however all of a sudden understood that he had a punctured tire when the green light went ahead.

The casualty, the police stated, pulled over to the side to check what happened. Similarly as the casualty got down to check the blame, two folks on a motorbike zoomed past him and grabbed the cash he had pulled back together with the envelope.

ACP Frimpong said another engine bicycle rider sought after the thieves and hit the one freeing the bicycle with his cap prompting a mishap at 37 Military Hospital.

The mischance supposedly made the cash spread out and about drawing in workers, some of whom started to dispense case equity on the three riders.

They were, in any case, spared by ASP Nanka Bruce, who was coming back from an obligation point.

GH¢5,250 out of the GH¢6,000 having a place with the casualty was additionally recovered.

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