Bridget Otoo, a Ghanaian journalist, has detailed how armed robbers stormed through her shop and stole her morning sales.
In a Tweet, the newscaster revealed that two armed men on a motorcycle drew a gun on her shop attendant and made off with 500 cedis.
Bridget claims she received a panic call from her shopkeeper, who was traumatized by the situation.
The newscaster reported how her shop attendant’s screams spared the other shops from being stolen in a series of tweets.
“Two guys on a bike fired two warning shots and pulled the gun on my shop attendant and took the morning’s cash sales of 500 cedis. She’s safe but visibly shaken.
I don’t know what I would have told her parents if something had happened to her. he armed robbers wanted to rob all the shops on that stretch but my girl shouted and that scared them, her scream saved the other shops who ran to save their lives.
Eiii God, what was I going to tell her mum and Dad? I just can’t stop asking myself this question!!”, she Tweeted.
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This comes in the aftermath of recent incidences of robbery in broad daylight around the country.
The Ghana Police Service has guaranteed Ghanaians that these robbery crimes will be stopped and that the thieves will be apprehended.