Thief caught stealing from police station; made to sweep, sing and given kenkey in video

Thief caught stealing from police station; made to sweep, sing and given kenkey in video

A bearded man has found himself in the midst of the lion's den after he was caught stealing electrical cables from one of the offices of a police station in the country.

In a new video spotted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, the thief who had been busted by some police officers was seen sweeping the compound of the station.

Thief caught stealing from police station; made to sweep, sing and given kenkey in video
Thief caught stealing from police station; made to sweep, sing and given kenkey in video
Source: Instagram

Another part of the video showed him singing in a melodious voice to the police officers who were enjoying his performance.

Following the performance, the man and tedious sweeping in the dead of the night, the man was given some food to eat.

According to the commentary in the video, the thief indicated that he visited the police station for the 'operation' because he was hungry and did not know where to turn to for food.

The video showed the said cables he was going to steal with one policewoman asking how much he was even going to earn if he sold them off to scrap dealers.

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Following his admission of guilt and speaking his truth regarding why he went into stealing, the kind policewoman ordered kenkey with fish and pepper from a nearby vendor for him.

Within minutes, the man had finished the kenkey and was seen looking quite satisfied.

Meanwhile, a video which has emerged from the ongoing #FixTheCountry demonstration in Accra has shown livid protestors sacking some media houses from covering the protest.

In a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh, some angry protestors were seen chasing away media crew and asking them to leave.

Amid shouts of "UTV go!", the protestors massed up and pushed back a media team who boarded a pick-up truck.

The matter was almost getting out of hand when some leaders of the protest tried their hardest to de-escalate the situation.

Source: Yen.com.gh

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