Taxi driver’s intestines gash from armed robber’s stab

General News of Friday, 30 November 2018



Victim of the assualt is said to be fighting for his live at the Winneba Trauma and Specialist Hospi

A 25-year-old taxi driver, Ebenezer Pedu, has his intestines gashing from stab wounds from an armed robber who took his taxi from him.

Ebenezer is currently in a critical condition at Winneba Trauma and Specialist Hospital where he is receiving treatment.

The incidence took place at Gomoa Ojobi Cemetery in the Central Region.

The Gomoa Ojobi District Police commander, ASP David Osei Foffie who confirmed the incidence to Adom News said the suspect hired the Nissan Amera Taxi with registration number GS 6331 from Kasoa to Ojobi.

He said upon reaching Gomoa Ojobi cemetery, the suspect who is on the run, pulled a knife and stabbed the victim in the stomach multiple times before driving off the stolen car.

“We were in the office when the driver walked in, soaked in blood and told us he had been stabbed in the stomach by an unidentified man and his car stolen; we also noticed his intestines were almost falling out,” he narrated.

ASP Foffie said they then decided to rush the taxi driver who is currently in a critical condition to the hospital for treatment.

He has, therefore, appealed to the general public to assist the police in arresting the suspect who is currently at large.

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