Victim of Kintampo crash cries as his GHC 18k goes missing after police show up

Victim of Kintampo crash cries as his GHC 18k goes missing after police show up

The police are being accused of stealing an amount of GHC 18,000 at the accident scene of the Kintampo bus collision that took scores of lives on March 22, 2019.

Reports trickling in has it that personnel from the Ghana Police service who were at the Kintampo accident scene allegedly stole an amount of GHC 18,000 belonging to one of the victims.

According to a Thenewsgh.com report sighted by YEN.com.gh a survivor of the accident said his huge sum of money was nowhere to be found after police attended to their plight on March 22, 2019.

The man whose name has been given as Aziz Mohamed said he carried the money with him during the accident but now cannot find it and all effort to locate his money has proved futile.

Mohamed spoke to Adom FM in Accra and narrated that on that fateful day he had the amount with him to buy some goods for his business.

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Police stole 18k

A minister visiting a hospital that some of the victims were admitted to. Photo credit: Myjoyonline.com
Source: UGC

Mohamed said in the aftermath of the crash, he was informed that the bag containing his cash was with the emergency services who came to the scene.

He was also told that the bag could have been either with the police or fire service personnel who were there but both agencies have been "tossing" him around.

“I asked the Police and was told it was with the Fire Service but when I went to the Fire Service, I was referred back to the Police who insist they don’t have it,” Mohamed said.

Mohamed also added that he lost two brothers plus four phones in the same accident.

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Meanwhile, the founder and leader of Glorious Wave Church International, Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi has voiced the opinion that some people, particularly politicians, are behind some of the road accidents Ghanaians have seen.

The Christian preacher said the recent road carnage are caused by politicians who are looking to win or maintain political power.

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