Manyia North MP’s car broken into; 620 cedis, documents stolen

The MP, Collins Amankwaa
The MP, Collins Amankwaa
The MP, Collins Amankwaa

The vehicle of the Member of Parliament for Manhyia North in the Ashanti Region, Collins Owusu Amankwah, has been broken into and ransacked by unknown assailants.

Confirming the incident to Bright Kwesi Asempa, host of ‘Yen Nsempa’ morning show on Onua FM, the MP said the perpetrators broke into his car parked on his compound in early hours of Sunday when he was asleep.

They made away with an amount of 620 cedis in addition to some documents he described as ‘valuable’.

“It was around 1:50am Sunday morning that my car alarm woke me up and I alerted my brother. We quickly went out to check and realized that lights in my car were on. I realized my documents were everywhere in the car with some missing, a cash of 620 Ghana cedis that I left in the car was also taken,” he recounted on Monday morning.

The Manhyia North Member of Parliament expressed surprise as to how his car was broken into and why those particular documents were taken.

He would not attribute any political motive to the Sunday dawn incident, he said, “At this point I cannot say much because I have lodged a complaint to the Police and they will look into the matter, and I believe the perpetrators will be brought to book.”


By Bright Dzakah |Onua 95.1 |





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