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Police Grab ‘After 5’ CEO

The Kpeshie Divisional Police Command has finally arrested the CEO of After 5 Francis Afotey Mensah following his threat of death on harmless persons and causing damage to their properties.

It would be recalled that Mr. Mensah, last Saturday told the media that armed robbers came on him at his residence, a situation that necessitated him discharging fire arms.

He also accused his Uncle the CEO of Kpookeke alcoholic beverage Nii Botwe Laryea II of being behind the attack to kill him.

But the Kpeshie Divisional Police Commander, ACP Kwame Tsidi, in an interview with the media on Monday debunked the claims of Francis Afotey Mensah explaining that the issue that led to the confrontation in the house of Francis Mensah was purely business and not robbery attack as the suspect claimed.

The Police Commander therefore mounted a manhunt for him to be arrested this afternoon and by 6pm on Monday he was picked up at his office and detained pending investigations.



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