- Family of Scorpion, the Kumawood actor who was shot say they suspect assassins were after his life
- They said one of the people who shot him said: “You have been our target”
- The family has appealed to the police to help clamp down on the perpetrators of that crime
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The family of Kumawood actor, Andrew Ntul Mensah, commonly known as Scorpion in movies, has spoken on his shooting.
The actor was allegedly shot by some people as the story broke on Friday, September 11, 2020.
Speaking on the incident, the family says they suspect that some assassins were hired to kill their son.
According to the brother of the actor who spoke with Kumasi-based Luv FM, before shooting, one of the men was heard saying: “You have been our target.”
He said a neighbour who witnessed the unfortunate event told him that the man added: “Shoot him and let’s go. We have no time to waste.”
The brother added that the actor himself repeated to him the words of the men who attacked him.
This was gathered by YEN.com.gh in a report sighted by Ghanacelebrities.com.
“They had targeted him so they run after him when he escaped and shot him twice before he [Scorpion] got help from neighbours,” the brother narrated.
The family is thankful to God that Scorpion’s life was saved, however, they have called on the police to help find the perpetrators and to bring them to book.
The family is appealing to the police to hunt for the suspects and bring them to book.
Meanwhile, Scorpion is said to be recuperating after the sad incident.
He was rushed to the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital in Kumasi where he was immediately attended to after suffering the gunshots.
YEN.com.gh is following up on this development and we will inform our readers when new information comes.
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