The Assembly member for Abla Adjei Electoral Area in the Ga East Municipality in the Greater Accra Region has led nine thugs to attack a journalist.
According to Mr Shadrack Adu Gyebi, former radio presenter for Hot FM the thugs succeeded in taking documents of four plots of land at West Trassaco, Passport No. G3281973, destroyed one Lenovo Laptop, stole Samsung J2, Infinix 78 Pro and iPhone 5X mobile phones, an amount of 900 USD, 18 carat gold necklace and destroyed many other properties worth millions of Ghana cedis.
Speaking to the Republic Press, the Akanayo TV host said on Saturday, September 11, 2021, his girlfriend, Ms Hannah Aseda Yeboah left the house and did not return.
“I called one of her cousins, Mavis Nhyira living at Mile 7 and she told me Hannah Aseda Yeboah is there but she will come home the following day,” Mr Adu stated.
He narrated that on Sunday morning his daughter informed him she has seen his girlfriend in the locality but she is mentality deranged.
“My daughter run to me in the house while I was eating with a friend that she saw sister Hannah acting as a mad woman so we left the food and chased her.” Shadrack Adu Gyebi, disclosed
“We were able bring her home but to my surprise, her cousin, Mavis Nhyira, her elder brothers, Yaw Nyarko and another drove to my house, tried to assault me but the friend I was eating with prevented them so they took their sister and drove away,”
He added that “in the evening around 9:00 pm, I heard a knock on my door so I quickly rushed to open door. I saw a man who claimed to be the Assemblyman for the area with Ms Hannah and her cousin Mavis . The Assemblyman asked me to come out so we could talk because there is an invitation from Domestic Violence and Victims Support Unit but I refused and rather offered the man a seat.
But in the process of talking to the said Assemblyman, there were about nine thugs who barged into my compound. They pushed the Assemblyman aside and forcefully entered my bedroom and also led me to the bathroom and took some of my properties away and destroyed others.” He added
Mr Adu narrated that when the incident happened in the morning, he lodged a complaint at Akraman Police station.
“I made a police report at the Akraman Police station so when they came again at night, I quickly called the police man in charge of the case who heard all the threats.”
Republic Press’ visit to the Assemblyman’s house at Abla Adjei met his absence and all attempts to reach him on phone also proved futile.
When the Newspaper contacted Ms Hannah to react to the incident, she denied bringing thugs to attack his boyfriend.