May 30, 2022

GBA Charges Public To Offer Information To Arrest Lawyer Badombie Killers

The Ghana Bar Association (GBA) has cautioned the general public to volunteer information to the security agencies to enable them thoroughly investigate the matter with a view to identifying the robbers who killed Richard Badombie, a member of the association.

Last Saturday, May 28, the occupants of a Hyundai Accent saloon car with registration number GN 9890-17 were attacked between Banda Nkwanta and Nuoyiri, by a group of armed robbers which resulted to the untimely death of Lawyer Richard Badombie, a member of the Ghana Bar Association.

According to reports, the robbers allegedly emerged from the nearby bush and signaled the vehicle in which the lawyer and his relatives were travelling to stop.

One of the armed robbers immediately shot dead the driver of the vehicle, Richard Badombia, who is a lawyer with Lartey, Badombia & Co. Associates, located opposite Roxy Cinema at Adabraka in Accra.

The robbers reportedly asked whether the passengers on board were police officers.

After shooting the lawyer, they tried to open the doors of the vehicle as the car veered off the road and hit a tree but a bulldog in the car barked at them and they bolted.

A report was immediately filed at the nearest police station, Banda Nkwanta Police Station.

The Ghana Bar Association has also made available a sum of GHC 20,000 to anyone who can volunteer credible and legitimate information that will lead to the arrest and prosecution of the perpetrators of the crime.
They also ensured its members that the Association will do everything within its power to ensure the arrest and prosecution of the committers of the crime.

They, however, implore the security agencies to intensify activities and programmes aimed at drastically, reducing the crime rate in the country, especially armed robbery, and other violent crimes. They also entreated the security agencies to enhance the education of the general public on crime prevention and detection with a view to awakening the security consciousness of the country.

Source: Emmanuel Owusu Anti

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