The whereabouts of a Ghanaian woman presently remain a mystery after she withdrew a whopping ¢95,000 and vanished into thin air.
It’s not clear if she deliberately absconded with the money or if she was assaulted by some gunmen who kidnapped her in the process.
For this reason, her husband Yaw Sakyi has reported the matter to the police who have launched an investigation.
The money according to the husband was meant for a project. In the meantime, the family in conjunction with the police is preparing to start running an announcement on the radio to trace the woman’s whereabouts.
See the police report below:
Meanwhile, the Ga Traditional Council has announced that this year’s ban on drumming and noisemaking will commence from Monday, May 9, 2022, to Thursday, June 9, 2022.
The ban affects any form of noisemaking, including the use of loudspeakers, drums, tambourines, clapping of hands and the use of any form of musical instruments within the Ga State during the period.
A statement signed by the Public Relations Officer of the Ga Traditional Council, Nii Lartey Anum Tetteh said during this period, “the Ga State will fast and pray for rainfall, a bountiful harvest and good tidings”.