Bernice Ansah: Thieves vanish with items worth about GHc30,000 from gospel musician’s home

Bernice Ansah: Thieves vanish with items worth about GHc30,000 from gospel musician’s home

- Thieves have broken into the home of gospel musician Bernice Ansah and made away with several items

- The items stolen are estimated to be worth about GHc30,000 and included perfumes and luggage from France

- Attempts to get the thieves arrested after the act fell on deaf ears and they vanished into thin air after the act

Our Manifesto: This is what believes in has learned that thieves broke into the home of gospel musician, Bernice Ansah, and made away with items valued at about GHc30,000.

The incident, per a report by, occurred at Ansah’s home located at Weija Oblogo-Manchester, in Accra.

Information available shows that the actress owns a cosmetic shop at Kaneshie, also in Accra.

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The items stolen include perfumes as well as three big luggage sent from Paris, France.

According to Ansah, the items were placed in a storeroom around 5:30pm on Wednesday, February 5, 2020, but the thieves made away with them in the wee hours of the following day.

The musician explained that her son, who was answering nature’s call, heard a noise from the storeroom and alerted her.

She then asked her husband to check only for all of them to hear a loud noise from the storeroom.

The thieves, who were three in number vanished from the scene after they were spotted committing the act.

No one was hurt in the course of the incident but all items in the storeroom were taken by the thieves.

In other news, a young photographer known as Sharon Okai, quit her office job to become a fashion photographer.

Sharon’s decision to switch profession was fully formed when she started watching a series titled ‘America’s Next Top Model.’

According to her, “I loved how the pictures came out. So I keep telling myself it is either I’m taking pictures like that as the model or I am taking pictures of people like that.”

Per a report by Business Insider by Pulse, she loves travelling and taking pictures. This, she says, compelled her to buy her first camera, quit her job and begin a career in photography.

Her family and friends refused to support her career choice as they feared she would end up destitute.

Sharon is however convinced that photography pays, especially if a good marketing strategy is implemented.

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