There Were Leads But The Police Paid ‘Deaf Ears’ – Gospel Musician On Robbery Attack

Gospel Musician, Celestine Donkor has bemoaned the lack of will on the part of the Ghana Police Service in arresting the robbers who raided her house a few weeks ago.

The "Agbebolo" hitmaker took to social media to announce an armed robbery attack in her home.

She wrote: “One of my daughters tried to shout, she said she saw a man dressed in all black with a flashlight in his mouth, the next thing she suddenly felt drowsy and knocked off. We had to break our door to come out. Thank God the kids are all ok and no one was hurt...

They took all our phones (3 phones: My Samsung s9+, my machine is gone, iPhones, 2 laptops, a tablet and made away with all cash we got at home, we found the bags and stuff they searched outside. It looks like they entered through the balcony, which is very unbelievable, how they managed to enter our bedroom, picked our phones and locked us inside beats my mind. WE ARE HOME PHONELESS AND CASHLESS AT THE MOMENT.”

Speaking to Kwasi Aboagye on Peace FM's "Entertainment Review" programme, Celestine said even though there were 'leads' the police paid no attention to them.

Listen to her in the video below