A broadcast journalist with state-owned broadcaster, Ghana Broadcasting Corporation(GBC), Abdul Hayi Moomen, has been robbed.
The journalist had the glass of his vehicle smashed and items including a video camera, secret video recorder, lapel microphones, 2 floodlights, and a tripod stolen by the suspected thief.
One person has so far been arrested in connection with the robbery and is in police custody.
The attack on the journalist comes less than a month after he reported being threatened by some individuals.
The News Editor of GTV in December last year reported that some individuals had threatened to come after him as they know where he lives and the work he does.
A post shared with an accompanying picture of one of the individuals on Facebook at the time revealed that he had made an official report to the Nima Police.
“I have lodged an official complaint to the Nima police. But should anything happen to me or any member of my family, please help them to track the guy in black (it’s the best shot I could get of him under the circumstances). He and his friends have threatened to deal with me. They say they know where I live and that, that job will be easy”.