A 24-year-old Nigerian man, Gideon Vitallis, has been arrested by operatives of the National Intelligence Bureau (NIB) for allegedly murdering a cash point operator, Patience Ago Quaye, at the Twumasiwaa Memorial Clinic in Accra, Ghana.
32-year-old Patience Quaye, who worked at the centre was allegedly found dead in a store room at the facility on Wednesday, March 8, after she had been missing for days.
The mother of one reportedly went to work on the night of Monday, March 6, 2023, at the facility located at Otinshie in the Adenta Municipality but did not return home. After failed attempts to reach her, the family reported the issue to the police.
He sneaked back to the hospital targeting the cash point for money, and after spotting Patricia, who had just closed from work, he confronted her. The lady went missing and could not be traced.
According to the report, the suspect used the deceased’s phone to send a message that she had been kidnapped, and demanded a ransom of GH¢20,000, issuing an ultimatum of 24 hours for the money to be paid.
This attracted the attention of the NIB operatives who were ordered to deploy because of the kidnapping element in the crime. The security personnel got information from the hospital that a dead body had been found within the hospital and so went into action.
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Where are we now going in this country?