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11 ‘Goro boys’ rounded up at Weija DVLA

Prison   Handcuffs The police have arrested 11 suspected middlemen or 'goro boys' for allegedly issuing fake vehicle registration documents, roadworthy stickers and driver’s licences to customers of the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) at Weija in Accra. The suspects, including a lady, are in the custody of the Weija District Police. They are Elvis Asiedu, 44; Naa Entse, 28; Godwin Tomey, 33; Michael Achantuick, 33; Kofi Owusu, 27, and Obeng Domptey, 28. The rest are Jonathan Kweku Cobbah, 43; Alfred Asare, 43; Bernard Cole, 21; Prince Amewu, 24, and Jones Dakpenese, 24. Swoop The police carried out the swoop following » Read More

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