Armed robbers strike again, shoot popular mobile money operator in Walewale

Armed robbers have strike again in the evening of Monday at Walewale in the North East Region of Ghana.

The operator whose name has been given as Rabui, according to reports was rushed to the Waleale Government hospital for medical attention.

Eyewitnesses say the attack occurred at a busy bus station near the Nalerigu junction along the Tamale Bolga Road in the centre of the Walewale township.

The eyewitnesses further confirmed the gunmen numbered about three arrived on motorbikes and fired sporadic warning shots before targeting the young operator with gunshots.

The Municipal Chief Executive, Aremeyaw Somo Lucky, confirmed the attack and said the police had launched a manhunt for the perpetrators.

“I have just been informed about 5 minutes ago,” the MCE told news reporters.


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