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Aug/Sep 2013 Issue 19


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GLA Face of The Month


SANDRA OHEMENG Page 3


GHANAIAN FILM ACTRESS EMELIA BROBBEY SHOPLIFTED 2 BRACELETS AT PEARSON SHOP, CAUTIONED AND FINED BY LONDON POLICE


By Sir Richie


At long last the doubt has ended, London Met- ropolitan police have revealed to the Ghana London Accra news paper, how a 33 year old Ghanaian film actress Emelia Larbi well known in Ghanaian movies as Emelia Brobbey tried to leave Pearson shop at Enfield with two bracelets hidden inside his baby’s push chair at around 15:45 pm London time. One bracelet could have been considered by security men at the London Pearson shop as accidental hiding or forgetting to pay, however 2 different bracelets costing around £10 to £15 pounds were discovered inside Emelia Brobbey’s baby’s push chair when the Electronic article surveillance triggered the security tags at- tached to the bracelets causing the alarm to sound as she tried to exit the shop. The secu- rity men who had monitored her via close cir- cuit television quickly rushed to the scene and apprehended her after their search revealed two bracelets. The baby carriage or stroller is a great tool for shoplifters in the United King- dom. Besides the baby there are always blan- kets, toys, and other things in strollers that merchandise can be hidden under.


ContinuedPage4.... GHANA’S IMMIGRATION TO HAUNT


FOREIGNERS WHO EXPLOIT THE SYSTEM Even though the Ghana government encourages foreign investments as part of its development process, the Ghana Immigration service has been tasked to renew and streamline all ports of entry


in Ghana to ensure that only legal migrants enter the country.


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