Unknown gunmen on Wednesday, 28 February 2018, shot and killed a Lebanese businessman after he had visited the bank in Tema.
The robbers allegedly bolted with GHS200,000. The deceased is believed to be a worker at Delta Agro, a soap manufacturing firm. The development comes a day after armed robbers stormed Royal Motors in Accra in broad day light and made away with some GHS 8000.
Meanwhile, Minister of State in charge of National Security, Bryan Acheampong, has said government will deploy some military personnel to help the police fight armed robbers in the capital.
Minister for the Interior Ambrose Dery, has also allayed fears of residents in the capital. He said government will acquire helicopters and drones to assist in crime prevention.
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