Vehicle carrying many stolen goats involved in accident near Ofankor

Vehicle carrying many stolen goats involved in accident near Ofankor

- A vehicle with registration number GE 4533 -15 has had an accident after it packed some stolen goats

- It is reported that the booth of the car contained more than a dozen goats which came out when the crash occurred

- A police patrol team which was called to the scene arrested the suspected thieves and took with them some of the goats for investigations

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A vehicle with registration number GE 4533 -15 has reportedly been involved in a crash with one of the suspects fleeing from the scene whilst the driver lay helpless.

A report by Angelfmonlinegh.com indicates that the incident occurred at Ofankor Barrier in the Greater Accra Region.

John Teye the news reporter mentioned that with the help of eyewitnesses, the suspect who fled the scene was chased and arrested successfully.

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Vehicle carrying many stolen goats involved in accident near Ofankor

Source: UGC
Source: UGC

A police patrol team which was called to the scene arrested the suspected thieves and took with them some of the goats for investigations.

It is reported that the stolen goats numbered over a dozen and came out from the booth of the vehicle when the crash occurred.

It is hoped that this story would serve as a deterrent to people who go about their livelihoods in an illegal manner as it shows there could be dire consequences.

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Meanwhile, renowned Ghanaian sprinter Joseph Paul Amoah has successfully graduated from the Coppin State University in the United States with an admirable degree in Accounting.

In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Instagram handle of the Ghanaian athlete, Joseph Amoah was sighted at different parts of the university in his graduation gown and cap.

Joseph posted the photos along with the caption, “Not about where you are, but who you are” signifying the somewhat long journey from Kumasi to the United States.

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