A/R: Unknown gun men shoot Chinese man in Kumasi

A/R: Unknown gun men shoot Chinese man in Kumasi

- A Chinese National has been shot at by unknown gunmen

- The incident occurred on Tuesday, October 20, 2020

- The victim is currently on admission at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital battling for his life

- The gunmen reportedly snatched a bag from the victim and sped off before they were identified

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News reaching YEN.com.gh indicates that a Chinese National has been shot at by unknown gunmen at Atinga junction in Kumasi.

The sad incident occurred on Tuesday, October 20, 2020.

He was rushed to the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital for medical attention where is currently fighting for his life.

The incident comes barely 24 hours after 36-year-old Maxwell Ahetor was killed by some unknown gunmen on Monday morning.

A/R: Unknown gun men shoot Chinese man in Kumasi

A/R: Unknown gun men shoot Chinese man in Kumasi Source: Citinewsroom.com
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According to a report filed by Citinewsroom, an eyewitness stated that the Chinese National visited a shop to purchase a credit voucher with some colleagues when he was attacked by the gunmen on motorbikes.

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The eyewitness further stated that the gunmen reportedly snatched a bag from the victim and sped off before they were identified.

“When I got to my shop this morning, two Chinese men came to buy airtime from me. They asked for GHS100 worth of credit. While getting the airtime for him, a stranger appeared out of nowhere and snatched the bag from the Chinese man. Before the man could turn to make out who may have done that, the unknown gunmen shot him down. They quickly disappeared into thin air on the motorcycle,” he said.

In other news, Paul Ofori Amoah, the parliamentary candidate for Agona West on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress(NDC), has owned up to giving out two cheques to some four suspects.

According to a Ghanaweb report, the four suspects were arrested in connection to an alleged plot to kill the Gender Minister, Cynthia Mamle Morrison.

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Upon interrogation by the Central Regional Police command, Amoah confirmed that he was the person who issued the cheques found on the suspects at the time of their arrest.

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