Robbery attacks have been a major source of concern for the majority of people in our community, particularly those who work until the wee hours of the morning or late at night.
Because of this well-known reason, most workers are extremely nervous while they are driving on quiet roads at strange hours or even when they are at their places of employment.
According to a video posted on social media, a motorbike thief was apprehended in Akatsi, which is located in the Volta region, stealing some people on his motorcycle. As shown in the video, the folks who apprehended this robber tied him down to a motorbike in a potentially dangerous manner as they transported him to the police station. There have been numerous instances of okada riders grabbing people's belongings in public, causing many people to live in fear every time they leave their homes. Some go so far as to take people's motorcycles from their possessions without a second thought.
People in Akatsi believe that this serves as a warning to anyone else who may be considering continuing their thievery in the community.
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