- The Ghanaian Consulate in the United States of America has dismissed reports that a man attacked in the Bronx area is a Ghanaian.
- The consulate added that it is also false that the man who was attacked by unknown people is dead.
- Information available suggests that the man survived the attack and is currently at a medical facility.
Ghana’s Consul General in the United States of America, Professor Samuel Amoako, has shed light on the attack of a man in the Bronx area in New York.
This follows rumours to the effect that the man who was stabbed with a knife is a Ghanaian.
Professor Amoako also refuted allegations that the man who was attacked has lost his life.
Information available suggests that the man, who is yet to be identified, survived the attack and is in hospital.
Per a report by kasapafmonline.com, Professor Amoako, together with the Consul’s information officer, Frederick Ameyaw, visited the scene of the incident, the 46th Police Precinct, on Monday, August 19, 2019.
They also paid a visit to the St. Barnabas Medical Center where the victim of the attack has been admitted.
The Consulate General thereafter informed the public and the media to be careful when drawing conclusions on issues but rather contact the consulate for clarification on pertinent issues.
It thereafter gave the assurance that the well being of all Ghanaians in the United States is their priority and all efforts would be made to ensure that everyone is safe.
In other news, a coffee company has resolved to donate bicycles to Ghanaian girls in line with its corporate social responsibilities.
Nespresso explained that together with Swedish start-up, Vélosophy, they intend to manufacture bicycles which have frames made from aluminum capsules.
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