Some suspected robbers have attacked a cocoa depot at Eliokrom in the Western Region at dawn Wednesday, April 25th, 2018.
The robbers allegedly made away with about 33 bags of cocoa beans out of a total of 620 bags.
They reportedly attacked the security guard on duty before they stole the bags of cocoa beans.
Narrating the incident on Nyankonton Mu Nsem on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm, our correspondent, Christopher Anto said, the robbers threatened to kill the guard should he prevent them from carrying out their mission.
Anto added that, the security guard is in a critical condition and has been admitted at the hospital.
Meanwhile, the police in the area have launched an investigation into the matter.
Two mobile money agents have been shot dead by suspected armed robbers at Pelungu market in the Upper East region.
Nyankonton Mu Nsem’s Issah Anthony, reporting the incident on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm said, the incident occurred today [Friday] afternoon at 12:15pm.
The two agents he noted have been confirmed dead.
Issah Anthony revealed that, the robbers numbering about 4 and ridding two motorbikes robbed the first Allied Bank, an electrical shops before robbing the mobile agents.
He also reported that the allege robbers are suspected to be Fulani herdsmen.
Issah Anthony, indicated that the robbers shot the agents because they realized they [agents] could have caused their arrest because they knew where the herdsmen rear their cattle.
The police have since moved to the said location where the suspects are said to reside.
Meanwhile, the amount the robbers bolted away with is unknown.
A landlord at Bibiani in the Western region has allegedly stabbed his tenant over rent arrears.
Narrating the incident on Nyankonton Mu Nsem on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm, our correspondent, Christopher Anto, said the landlord went to the tenant to demand for his two months outstanding rent which the tenant owed him.
However, the tenant, Stephen Okyere, 29, refused to pay the money a situation which resulted in a misunderstanding.
Infuriated by the action by his tenant, the landlord, Paul Kumi, 49, allegedly went in for a knife and reportedly stabbed him [Okyere] multiple times on various parts of his body.
The incident he noted occurred on Wednesday April 18, 2018.
The landlord has since gone into hiding after the incident whereas the tenant has been admitted at the hospital.
A 62 year-old man, Sampson Azorvatsi has allegedly killed his step son, Dzigblor Olava, 23, for reportedly consuming his banku and okro soup.
The deceased reportedly consumed the meal with his friends.
Narrating the incident to Nyankonton Mu Nsem on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm, our correspondent, Kwesi Nyarko said the suspect prepared the meal and left home for fishing.
The suspect had planned to consume the meal after fishing. However, after returning home, he realized the meal had been consumed by his step son.
He is said to have asked Olava why he consumed the meal. But Olava reportedly insulted the suspect for asking him why he consumed the meal.
The 62 year old man angrily hit the step son with a club and he [Olava] died on the spot, Kwesi Nyarko reported.
He was subsequently arrested and arraigned before the Mpaeso Circuit court where he has been remanded in police custody.
He will reappear on May 8, 2018. The incident occurred at Abrapor of the Kwahu East District in the Eastern region.
A young man, Mumuni Adakudugu,34, has reportedly slashed four children at Bawku in the Upper East region yesterday [Monday].
Two of the children died on the spot with two others currently on admission at the Presbyterian Hospital after sustaining serious injuries.
It remains unclear what caused the young man to carry out the unfortunate action.
Narrating the incident on Nyankonton Mu Nsem, Rainbow Radio’s Issah Anthony said, the suspect had returned from Kumasi from a journey.
According to him, he stepped out on the premise to go and buy food. He was wielding a cutlass which he reportedly brought from Kumasi.
He is said to have slashed the children multiple times unprovoked.
He was subsequently apprehended by angry residents in the area, tied up and beaten to pulp. The residents had tied him up so the police could come and arrest him. However, he was pronounced dead after the police arrived at the scene.
The Ashanti regional police command says it has gathered intelligence that may lead to the arrest of the suspect behind the murder of Kumasi based Dess FM news caster.
The lead news caster and front desk executive was found in a pool of blood in room Sunday evening.
According to ASP Juliana Obeng, the PRO for the region, the police are working hard to unravel the circumstances that led to the death of the 30 year old Ama Adjeiwaa Kodie, who is popularly known as Portia.
“We will move on the lead hoping that latest by [close of today [Tuesday], the command should be able to tell us exactly who the perpetrators of the crime is or are,” she said.
Office of the National Chairman for the People’s National Convention (PNC), Bernard Mornah, had his office ransacked by alleged thieves.
The robbers managed to get away with a cash sum of GHC 6000.
Speaking to Nyankonton Mu Nsem, the politician said: ‘’ “Of the four offices that we have, all of them; the furniture, computers, printers and even the reception desk, everything has been cleared from the place. It is now just rooms that we have. We don’t have anything apart from the workstations and thing they have scattered.
“I have been with the investigator. I don’t what they are suspecting. Since yesterday, this is about the third time we have come here. He is just taking pictures in order to make an appropriate report,” he said.