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Video : Robber Shoots Himself In The Head After Shooting Innocent Victim



Video : Robber Shoots Himself In The Head After Shooting Innocent Victim . The weather is getting cold but the system is getting colder as the state of affairs beats the mind by a thousand light-years.

The latest development is as shocking as the contact with electricity. Scenes from the garden city of Ghana aren’t befitting of the good name the city have carved for itself nor is the reactions a and panic a memory to behold.

It has been reported that a ghastly incident involving two drivers had struck The Ayeduase suburb of kumasi and it’s one that leaves none happy. A driver who was confronted for wrongful parking lost his cool and pulled a gun and the instant flashes that followed was the loss of two lives which happened to be the conflicted themselves.

A Robber pulled a gun and shot an innocent victim who happened to be an Aboboyaa Driver In the the belly which resulted in his death per eyewitnesses.
Eye witnesses revealed that the Robber who was on a mission to rob someone was waiting for his target and hence parked wrongfully.

The Aboboyaa Driver confronted him for the wrong parking and things got heated up so the Robber pulled a gun and shot the Aboboyaa Driver in the belly.

The Robber who was unable to withstand the guilt of his actions pulled the trigger and landed the bullet straight to his own head resulting in an instant death after he found out he was near police grip and there was no escaping the scene and his guilt. The scenes are painted red with blood as spectators troll here and there in shock.

One will wonder the extreme line humanity have crossed to be so witty of claiming lives with no remorse at all. The police have currently taken over with investigations and we are monitoring the case to bring out more further details.

Watch the video below ; Video : Man Shoots Himself In The Head After Shooting Aboboyaa Driver For Wrong Parking.

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NDC supporter dies after accidental gunshot



A man believed to be a supporter of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has died after he was reportedly shot accidentally by a friend.

The incident as reported by CitiNews occurred on Sunday, November 22, 2020, at a rally organized by the NDC.

The unfortunate incident happened when the supporters were dismantling canopies and chairs used for the rally.

ASP Thomas Tulasi, the Police commander of Gushegu narrated that one of the supporters was toying with the gun when it accidentally fired.

He said that investigations are ongoing to unravel the full details of the incident.

“One person was holding a pistol, and he was fidgeting with it, and then he fired it and killed the brother. We are now investigating the matter to know the actual cause of the incident and the one who actually fired the gunshot. They belong to the same party and this happened after the rally when they were dismantling the canopy”, he said.

Supporters of the two leading parties clashed last week which left six persons in critical condition.

One person who was picked up in connection with the skirmishes in Karaga on Monday has been granted bail.

Neither of the two parties took the blame for the incident as they both blamed each other for the occurrence.

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Lawra NPP Chairman attacked, robbed of campaign pickup



The NPP Chairman for the Lawra Constituency in the Upper West Region, Alhaji Mohammed Donkor is reported to have been attacked by some armed supporters of the party.

Sources say the men, fully armed, attacked the occupants of a campaign vehicle driven by the chairman’s personal driver and confiscated the pickup.

The incident is reported to have occurred on Sunday, November 22 at about 11:30 pm.

Confirming the said incident, Alhaji Mohammed Donkor noted that although persons in his vehicle were attacked, they all escaped unharmed.

“We returned from Brifor Chaa where we went for a campaign. So when we got to Lawra I asked the driver to go and drop some people who travelled from the village to support us in the campaign.

“So it was on his way that Karbo’s boys attacked him with catalyses and took my vehicle away,” he added.

The Lawra NPP Chairman disclosed that the incident has been reported to the Lawra Municipal Police Command for investigation.

Upper West Regional Organiser of the NPP, Mustapher Goveh revealed that party executives have been brought to speed on the alleged attack.

According to him, Alhaji Mohammed Donkor has been accused of using the party’s pickup to campaign against the Lawra MP and Deputy Minister of Roads and Highways, Anthony Abaefaa Karbo.

But some party supporters claim the regional executives of the party have already taken sides in the feud between the Lawra MP and the party chairman.

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Rawlings’s death not natural – Bishop Owusu Bempah



Former President Jerry John Rawlings did not die a natural death, Bishop Isaac Owusu Bempeh, head pastor of the Glorious Word Power Ministries, has said.

According to him, Mr Rawlings was killed in the spiritual realm by some prominent politicians in Ghana.

He made the revelation on Net 2 television on Monday, November 23.

“Former President Rawlings’s death was not natural, his death was spiritual,” he said.

“I had a vision in which I saw three different human hearts popping champagne and jubilating while the lifeless body of Mr Rawlings was resting on the table. These hearts were just jubilating and smiling while they were looking at the lifeless body of Mr Rawlings.

“I am a spiritual person and so I understand these things and know who those hearts stand for. Somebody in Ghana is looking for political power and he will never get that power. I will always say it because I am not scared of anybody. Nobody can kill me and so I will always tell the truth.” he added.

Bishop Owusu Bempah added that “I will make more revelations after the elections on December 7.”

Mr Rawlings died on Thursday, November 12 at the Korle Bu Teaching hospital after suffering a short illness.

He was 73 years.



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