Armed robbers tell victims to work harder so they can get more money next time.

Daredevil armed robbers who robbed passengers on their way to Kumasi, Ghana, have encouraged victims to go make more money because they'll be back soon. 

According to reports, a gang of seven armed robbers attacked some drivers and passengers at Assin Endwa in the Central Region's Assin North District around 1:00 a.m. on Monday, March 21. 

According to local media, the masked thieves not only stole items from their victims, but also assaulted several of them. 

While telling their trauma, some of the victims stated that the armed robbers told them to work extra hard so that they could steal more from them in the next operation.

The victims were robbed of their cell phones, luggage, and cash. The keys to around three saloon cars and an articulated lorry were also taken by the armed bandits. 

The gang blocked the road with a confiscated articulated truck before carrying out their operation, according to DSP Moses Osakonor, the Assin Praso District Police Commander, who confirmed the event. 

Police have initiated a manhunt for the armed robbers, according to Osakonor. 

The robbers also targeted the Ashantigold football team the same venue and night after their GPL game versus Hearts of Oak, according to reports.

"On our way back from Accra, we were ambushed by armed robbers at Assin Endwa. As the team driver meandered through a horrific scene of gunshots, the robbers fired three bullets at the front bulletproof glass. Thankfully, no one was hurt in the process. The entire team is currently safe in Obuasi, according to the club. 

Meanwhile, persons who travel late at night should exercise extreme caution and only do so when absolutely essential.


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