Work begins at Adabraka where a Mobile Money vendor was killed

By Kweku Antwi Jnr
Mobile Money

Business activities have begun at Adabraka, opposite the Iran Clinic in Accra, where a Mobile Money vendor was shot and killed by two armed robbers.

The operation began days after the victim was buried and the final funeral rites held.

The victim’s brother [name withheld] cleared the scene to pave way for the continuation of the business.

The 41-year-old Promise Atsu Dayi was conducting business when two men arrived at the scene on a motorbike and attacked him on Monday, August 20, 2018, at around 8: pm.

The husband and father of a three-month-old baby was gunned down by these suspected armed robbers in the process of the attack and took away his money.

The Adabraka police took over the case but report reaching PrimeNewsGhana indicates that, no arrest has so far been made.

The 41-year-old Atsu Dayi was laid to rest on Saturday, September 22, 2018.

Twelve days after the burial and the final funeral rites of the late Mobile Money vendor, petty trading have started at the stall where he was attacked and killed.

The brother of the victim now sells toffees, handkerchiefs and other items.

Even though he expressed fear in an interview with PrimeNewsGhana, he explained that he had no option than to continue the business and hoped that the police will take steps to avert future occurrence of such attacks.

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