Mobile bookshop with over 1,000 books including Bibles gone missing at Madina

Mobile bookshop with over 1,000 books including Bibles gone missing at Madina

- A bookshop carrying over 1,000 books including many devotionals & Bibles has gotten missing from its spot at Madina in Accra

- It is indicated that the truck carrying the books has a deep blue colour with Registration number M-18 GR 5134

- Residents living in and around Madina are encouraged to look out for suspicious activities that may involve the truck or the books & report to 0245087728 or 0242808031

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A mobile bookshop named TransforMe Bookshop Gh Mobile Bookshop has disappeared from a spot where it was packed at Madina, in the Greater Accra Region.

In an announcement made by a Facebook user called Adehoke PK Sebastian, it is indicated that the truck carrying the books has a deep blue colour with Registration number M-18 GR 5134.

The mobile shop contains not less than 1000 pieces of assorted books including Bibles, devotionals and many more, as well as a table and a chair.

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Residents around Madina are encouraged to be on the lookout for the shop especially at street corners, mechanic, welding or spraying shops.

The numbers that can be contacted in case anyone spots a suspicious activity were also provided.

"We'll appreciate your help if you can volunteer any information by calling 0245087728, 0242808031 or report to the nearest police station," the post on Fcaebook read.
Mobile bookshop with over 1,000 books including Bibles gone missing at Madina
Mobile bookshop with over 1,000 books including Bibles gone missing at Madina Credit: Adehoke PK Sebastian
Source: UGC

In another emotional story that was earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, a lady identified as Ruff Benny Randa on Facebook has indicated that pictures of her are being circulated on social media by a group of scammers.

According to her, the tag given to the photos suggests that she is a prostitute who has HIV/AIDS and it encourages people to share the photos to spread awareness.

However, Ruff Benny Randa told YEN.com.gh that this is absolutely false as she is not a sex worker and is happily married with a child.

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