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Sammy Baah of Pluzz FM
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Pluzz FM’s morning show host Sammy Baah Flex has been attacked by armed robbers.

This unfortunate event happened yesterday at 10 PM around Dansoman-Karikari Hospital while he was at his sister’s residence to pick up his daughter.

According Sammy baah flex the thieves broke in to his Nissan Pathfinder and made away with his Ipad, mobile phone, external drive and other vital documents.

Sammy Baah Flex pleaded with the general public to help in the arrest of these individuals who have stolen his items.

He broke the sad news on his Face book timeline.

Thieves just broke into my car at Dansoman last stop near Karikari Brobbey and they have taken away my Ipad, Samsung Phone, my bag containing several pen drives, external drive, perfume, piscen power bank and some vital documents.

Please help a brother if you come across any of the mentioned products with suspicion. Meanwhile, friends who would like to reach me on phone can only do so via these numbers 020-8920996 or 0267-808674.

They broke into my Nissan Pathfinder around 10pm which was on the main Dansoman road near Karikari hospital as i was picking my daughter from my sister`s house. I am so sure we will get somewhere because the information i am about to lose is really painful….. hmmmm…

You can also help by sharing on your various timelines please. I don`t even know how i am sleeping koraa mpo…Thank you. Still in God we trust!!!

Sammy Baah Flex hosts Ampluzz, one of the hottest morning shows in Accra and he is also the C.E.O of Flex News paper.
Source: Nii Ayi Mensah Lartey

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