Jungle Justice: Suspected armed robber burnt in Karaga

Jungle Justice: Suspected armed robber burnt in Karaga

- A suspected armed robber was gunned down and his body set ablaze

- He is believed to have robbed a mobile money vendor of an undisclosed amount together with five others

- Unfortunately for him, he was gunned down and set ablaze alive

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A suspected armed robber was gunned down and his body set ablaze after he and five others allegedly attacked a mobile money vendor.

The incident took place on Thursday night, December 17, 2020, at Karaga in the Northern Region.

The vendor has been identified as Mohammed Miftawu.

According to a report filed by Graphic Online, Mohammed is said to have been attacked by the suspected robbers in his shop and robbed by an undisclosed amount..

The Northern Regional Crime Officer, Superintendent Bernard Baba Anangam confirmed the incident to Graphic Online.

YEN.com.gh has no additional information regarding the robbers and the suspect who was reportedly gunned down and set ablaze.

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Meanwhile, the National Democratic Congress (NDC’s) nationwide protest against the results of the just-ended general election continuous unabated.

Thousands of supporters of the party in the Ketu South constituency of the Volta region are the latest to join the crusade.

They took to the streets of the constituency on Thursday, December 17, 2020, to demonstrate what they labeled as a “stolen” verdict following the declaration of Nana Akufo-Addo as president-elect.

In other news, the NDC has been declared the winner of the disputed parliamentary seat in the Sene West Constituency in the Bono East Region.

In a report seen by YEN.com.gh on Myjoyonline.com, one of the polling stations in the constituency became a subject of contention, saw a petition for an interlocutory injunction by the New Patriotic Party (NPP) thrown out by the Wenchi High Court.

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The injunction was being sought with regards to polls at the Tato ‘A’ polling station in Tato Bator.

The court ruling paved way for the Electoral Commission to declare the results of the parliamentary contest in the Sene West Constituency.

Following the counting of the Tato ‘A’ polling station ballots, the NDC secured 275 votes against the NPP’s 148 leaving the NDP with just 1 vote. A total of 47 votes were rejected.

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