Amanda Amoah, whose husband Callistus Amoah was shot dead by robbers at Ablekuma Fan Milk on Thursday, June 22, has spoken out about her last moments with him. She said she had received money from him shortly before he was killed. She told reporters on Friday, June 23 that she had called him earlier to
The Bank of Ghana (BoG) and the Inspector General of Police (IGP) have been urged to ensure that banks use armoured bullion vans for Cash-in-transit (CIT) operations to reduce the frequency of robbery attacks on these vehicles. The call was made by George Ayisi, a Government Spokesperson, on TV3’s Big Issue on Friday, June 23.
From July 1, banks in Ghana will use armoured bullion vans for cash-in-transit, says Alhaji Iddi Sumaila, President of the Association of Bullion Operators Ghana (ABOG). He adds that some banks have not yet completed the agreement with ABOG to provide them with armoured bullion vans. He made these remarks on Friday June 23 on
A police officer escorting a bullion van lost his life when four armed men attacked him at a gas station in Ablekuma Fanmilk, a suburb of Accra. The robbers fired shots randomly around the station as they snatched two boxes containing cash from the van on Thursday, June 22, 2023. An eyewitness who spoke anonymously
The officer, identified as Amoah by his name tag, was escorting bankers in a pickup vehicle when four armed men attacked them on Thursday, June 22, 2023. According to eyewitnesses, the robbers followed the bullion van until it stopped at the Finest Oil Filling Station Agbajena, Ablekuma, where they opened fire and looted the money.