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Furious GN Bank client ambushes cop over reserve funds.

A female client of GN Bank has attacked a cop on watch obligation at the bank's Mampong branch in the Ashanti Region.

The woman, blewutv.com accumulated, has been frequenting the bank for her funds yet without much of any result.

On her last visit, the client lost her cool when she was requested to go and returned one more day, she attacked the cop on obligation all the while.

In spite of confirmations by the bank's originator, Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom that no customer of any organization of Groupe Nduom will lose a pesewa of theirs, a few customers have drearily griped of their failure to get to their stores and different speculations.

Addressing the attacked cop referred to just as Jacob, he stated: "She entered the managing an account corridor irately and I chose to quiet her down yet she declined and later offended me yet I didn't worry about her.

"I kept on quieting her down yet she held my neck and individuals surged in and isolated us however she was all the while pointing her finger at me and endeavoring to jab my eyes with her finger. They addressed me and I ventured out of the workplace."

"My partners called the workplace for fortification yet she got into mischief towards them again...I was even amazed that such a decent young lady could do that."

In July this year, a cop, Frederick Amanor heartlessly attacked a lady at Midland Savings and Loans.

The person in question, Patience Safo had demanded pulling back an aggregate of GHS270 from the office as her past endeavors to pull back the cash days back had bombed because of a system challenge.

The officer who was overhauling as a security at the budgetary organization was gotten to escort her out yet wound up beating her simultaneously.

The board of Midland Savings and Loans in an announcement rendered a conciliatory sentiment to the client. The cop being referred to was captured and at present under the watchful eye of the court.

The occurrence started a national mayhem as larger part of Ghanaians required the indictment of the officer.

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