Kess Billions, a 29-year-old suspected leader of a vicious robbery gang terrorizing Accra, Ghana, has been declared wanted by the police. According to the Ghanaian police, Kess led his gang to rob a bureau de change on the 31st of January, 2018, and carted away a huge sum of money.
His gang struck again and attacked a company on the 16th of February, 2018. They also left with a huge sum of money. Kess is believed to be currently hiding in Aflao, Ghana or Nigeria.
The police have issued a red alert on him, requesting for anyone with information about him to report to them.
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This is not the first time Nigerian citizens in Ghana have be arrested or declared wanted for robbery, In a previous report, Police in Ghana arrested two Nigerian citizens, Ndubueze Odoemenam and Chiokoko Amadie in a case of daylight robbery.
According to 3news, the suspects snatched GH¢6,000 from their victim after tracing the victim form Osu bank. They had deflated the tires of the victim at a traffic light and when he realized he had a flat tire, he alighted from the vehicle to check. At this point, the suspects zoomed past him on a motorbike and snatched the money together with the envelope it was in
According to ACP Winfred Frimpong, the fleeing robbers were then pursued by another motor bike rider who hit one of the robbers with his helmet, leading to an accident at 37 Military Hospital.
Due to the accident, the money scattered on the ground attracting people; some of whom began beating the suspects. The robbers were however rescued by an officer ASP Nanka Bruce, who was returning from duty.
During investigation, the suspects narrated to the police how they carried out their robbery operations. According to them, they attached nails to sandals to deflate the tires of their prospective victims. After identifying someone to be robbed, the weapon was then placed under the victim’s back tire.