Gangsters raid minority leader’s residence

A group of gangsters invaded the residence of the Minority Leader Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu in the wee hours of Tuesday at about 2am.
The group made up of about 15 macho men, according to eye witnesses, stormed the minority leader’s residence on five motorbikes but could not get access to the main yard of the building.
According to information gathered, the hoodlums packed their motorbikes outside the House and one of them in an attempt to lure the security officer at the House to open the main gate, claimed an incident had occurred close to the residence of the minority leader.
However, the security officer peeped through the gate and saw well-built goons on motorbikes and therefore refused to open the gate.
He immediately called for reinforcement from a patrol team whereupon ostensibly devious characters sped off on their motorcycles.
The minority leader confirmed the incident to the DAILY GUIDE but could not tell whether the unwholesome visit was politically motivated or the persons were armed robbers undertaking their nocturnal business.
Source: Daily Guide

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